SHPP On Debed River (2014)

Debed river1


Risk Level: 1

Parameter Data Level
Sruface discharge volume in river section %, water 0.0868421 1


 
Disastrous Condition
 
Critical Condition
 
Normal Condition

One SHPP Constructed on Debed River

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Debed River is a transboundary river: its length is 178 km, while its length in Armenia is 152 km. It consists of two rivers: one of them is Pambak River, which rises from Jajur mountain pass, while the other is Dzoraget River, which starts from the mountains surrounding Lori highlands. They join each other 2 km north Tumanyan station and flow into the Khram River.

As of 1 October 2013, under the licenses issued by Public Services Regulatory Committee, “Ayrum” SHPP is constructed on this river, which is operated by “Salenergo” LLC, derivation length - 33*4m (132m): It means the SHPP pipes 0.0868421% of the river.

Under EcoLur’s Ecological Risk Model, this indicator is within standards.

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