Who has the biggest dam in Africa?

Who currently has the largest dam?

Three Gorges Dam, China is the world’s largest hydroelectric facility. In 2012, the Three Gorges Dam in China took over the #1 spot of the largest hydroelectric dam (in electricity production), replacing the Itaipú hydroelectric power plant in Brazil and Paraguay.

Who is funding the Ethiopian dam?

Ethiopia has a potential for about 45 GW of hydropower. The dam is being funded by government bonds and private donations.

Which SA dam has the bigger capacity?

The Gariep Dam, in the Free State, is the dam with the largest storage capacity ever built in South Africa. Constructed in 1972, it stores water from the Orange River in a 100 km-long dam with a surface area of 374 km2. The dam can store about 5 500 million cubic metres (m3) of water.

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