Here you will find established Zambian companies that provide electricity generated by hydro-power, this being electricity generated from either falling water or running water. This includes water from dams. Zambia can significantly increase capacity to generate electricity for the people of Zambia and neighbouring countries, through renewable power plants. Batoka Gorge Hydroelectric Power Station on the Zambezi River, the Kafue Gorge Upper Power Station on the Kafue, the Kariba Dam is a hydroelectric dam of the Zambezi River, the Victoria Falls Power Station of the Zambezi River and Zengamina is a small hydroelectric power generation plant on the Zambezi River.
Hydroelectric energy, also called hydroelectric power or hydroelectricity, is a form of energy that harnesses the power of water in motion—such as water flowing over a waterfall—to generate electricity
Batoka Gorge Hydropower Station
Batoka Gorge hydropower station is a 2.4GW run-of-the-river hydroelectric project planned to be developed on the Zambezi River, which flows across the boundaries of Zambia and Zimbabwe.
Kafue Gorge Lower (KGL) Power Station
hydroelectric power station on the Kafue River in the southern Chikankata district. Considered the third biggest hydropower station in the country on its completion.
The Kariba Dam is a double curvature concrete arch dam in the Kariba Gorge of the Zambezi river basin between Zambia and Zimbabwe. The dam stands 128 metres tall and 579 metres long. The dam forms Lake Kariba, which extends for 280 kilometres and holds 185 cubic kilometres of water.
The Victoria Falls Power Station is a hydroelectric power plant on the Zambezi River in Livingstone, Zambia. It is located in the third gorge below Victoria Falls and consists of three power stations with a total capacity of 108 megawatts
You will find other hydroelectric energy stations in Zambia and they fall in this category