Competitive Exams: Indian Geography HEP

Hydroelectric Plants

  • AndhraPradesh: Lower silent, upper Sileru, Machkund, Nizam, Sagar, Nagarjun Sagar, Shri Sailam (Krishna)

  • Bihar: Kosi

  • Gujarat: Ukai (Tapi), Kadana (Mahi)

  • Punjab and Himachal Pradesh: Bhakara Nangal on Satluj, Dchar on Beas, Giri Bata, Andhra, Binwa, Rukti, Rongtong, Bhabanggar, Bassi, Baira Siul, Chamera, Nathpa Jhakri on Sutlej (biggest hydel power project in India)

  • Jharkhand: Subarnarekha, Maithon, Panchet, Tilaiya (all three under DVC)

  • Karnataka: Tungbhadra, Sarawati, Kalinadi, Mahatma Gandhi (Jog fall), bhadra, ShivaSamudram (Kaveri), Shimasapur, Munirabad, Lingnamakki

  • Kerala: Idduki (Periyar), Sabrigiri, Kuttiaddy, Sholayar, Sengulam, Pallivasal, Kallada, Neriamangalam, Parambikulam Aliyar, Poringal, Ponniyar

  • Madhya Pradesh: Gandhi Sagar (Chambal), Pench, Bargi (Narmada), BansagarTons

  • Maharashtra: Koyana, Bhivpuri (Tata Hydroelectric works), Khopli, Bhola, Bhira, Purna, Vaiterna, Paithon, Bhatnagar Feed.

  • Orissa: Hirakund (Mahanadi), Balimela.

  • Rajasthan: Ranapratap Sagar and Jawahar Sagar (Chambal)

  • Uttar Pradesh: Rihand, Khodri, Chibro (Tons).

  • Uttaranchal: Tehri Dam (Bhagirathi)

  • Tamil Nadu: Pykara, Mettur, Kodyar, Sholayar, Allayar. Sakarpathi, Moyar, Suruliyar, Papanasam.

  • West Bengal Panchet. Jammu and Kashmir Lower Jhelum, Salal (Chenab), Pool Hasti, and Karrah.

  • North Eastern States: Nagaland Dikhu, Doyang, Tripura Gomuti, Manipur Loktak, Assam Kopi, Meghalaya Khandong and Kyrdemkulai, Mizoram Selrui and Barabi, Arunachal Pradesh Ranganadi.