Best photo of the day 07 28 2012

The world's largest hydroelectric power plant on the Yangtze River (China). Giant Dam "Three Gorges" in China ran at full power - this week in order to imposed last 32 of the generator. Thus, a project to create the world's largest hydroelectric power station is completed. The dam and hydroelectric plant located on the Yangtze River in Hubei Province, and although capable of producing as much electricity as 50 nuclear reactors, it was created for another purpose - to reduce the risk of flooding during the rainy season and store water for distribution. During the official launch of the latest generators, hydroelectric power has shown it is capable of demonstrating to journalists and the high authorities their ability to dump 70 thousand cubic meters per second.

The worlds largest hydroelectric power plant