High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles The Grande Dixence Dam
is a concrete gravity dam on the Dixence River at the head of the
Val d'Herens in the canton of Valais in Switzerland. At 285m
(935ft) high, it is the tallest gravity dam in the world and is
part of the Cleuson-Dixence Complex. With the primary purpose of
hydroelectric power generation, the dam fuels four power stations,
totaling the installed capacity to 2,069 MW, generating
approximately 2,000 GWh annually, enough to power 400,000 Swiss
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