Uzbekistan again says ‘no’ to Rogun HPP | glObserver Global Economics


Uzbekistan has reiterated its position on the construction of the Rogun hydro power plant in Tajikistan.

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The construction plan of the Rogun Dam dates back to the 1960s and was one of the three proposed hydro power projects on the Vakhsh River. Nurek and Sangtuda were completed, but Rogun was not. The Rogun Dam is planned to be 335 meters high with a capacity of 3,600 megawatts per year. If constructed, the Rogun Dam will be the tallest dam in the world.

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