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Murray 1 Hydro Power Station

The Murray 1 Hydro Power Station is part of the Snowy Mountains Scheme. It can deliver 950 MW of electricity.

Murray 2 Hydro Power Station

The Murray 2 Power Station in the Snowy Mountains has a capacity of 950 MW of hydroelectricity.

Snowy 2.0

Snowy Hydro Ltd is proposing to develop a pumped hydro expansion of the Snowy Mountain Scheme with up to 2,000MW capacity.

Tumut 1 Hydro Power Station

Tumut 1 Power Station in the Snowy Mountains has a capacity of 329.6 MW of hydroelectricity.

Tumut 2 Hydro Power Station

Tumut 2 Power Station in the Snowy Mountains has a capacity of 286.4 MW of hydroelectricity.

Tumut 3 Hydro Power Station

Tumut 3 Power Station is located at Talbingo Dam. It has six turbines with a generating capacity of 1,500 MW.