The Rogun Dam at Vakhsh, Tajikistan, on its planned completion date in 2000, should stand at 1,099 feet (335 meters) high. Making it the first dame to pass 1000 feet in height. (upon further study a huge history of the project, Expected completion date is now 2018)
The Rogun Dam
1,099 feet (335 meters)
- The Rogun Dam
Rogun Dam is an embankment dam under construction on the Vakhsh River in southern Tajikistan. It is one of the planned hydroelectric power plants of Vakhsh Cascade.
- July 1, 2016: Salini Impregilo signs a framework agreement worth $3.9 billion to build a hydroelectric project in Tajikistan.
Tajikistan’s is putting its faith in a dam for its energy future.
The tallest in the world and the most powerful in the region, it will double the country’s energy production.
- Tajikistan’s Rogun Dam Rankles Uzbekistan
Dushanbe signs on an Italian company for construction, Tashkent says the project is a leftover of “Soviet megalomania.”
- Rogun Hydropower Plant, Tajikistan
The Rogun Hydropower Plant is being constructed on the upper reaches of the Vakhsh River in the Pamir mountain ranges, Republic of Tajikistan. The project is being developed by OJSC Rogun Hydropower Plant (HPP) on behalf of the Government of Tajikistan.