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The Belver Dam is located in Ortiga the district of Santarém, in the Tagus River basin in Portugal. The construction was finished in 1952.
It has a height of 30 m above the natural ground and a crown length of 327.5 m. The installed capacity for electricity generation is 80.7 MW.
The dam's reservoir submerged a section of the old sirga wall of the Tagus.
It has the first fish passage built in Portugal, in 1947, of the Denil type, which was later replaced by the now existing lock. However, it has little effectiveness, according to a study carried out in the 1990s
Entry into service: 1951
Installed Power: 80,7 MW
Water Course: Tagus
Average Annual Productivity: 180 GWh
Location (GPS coordinates): 39°28'46''N, 7°59'54''W
Type of Groups: Simple
Total Storage: 7,5 hm³
N 39º 28' 53.594'' W 7º 59' 54.874''
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