A normal year, this plant alone supplies more than 150% of the nuclear plants in Sweden together.
The dam was built and is operated within a binational co-operation between Paraguay and Brazil, that then divide the energy in between them, The ground where it stands has a somewhat international status.
Traveling in Brazil, I off course had to see this dam with my own eyes. Let's see some pictures I took.
°C before it's mixed with cool drainage water and is dispersed into the Paraná river.
The white penstocks for the turbines were just massive.
The control room for the turbines. As in many other places, it's a hybrid between old analogue supervising and a newer digital system.