By the end of 1995, China had 4,900 hydropower stations with a generating capacity of 500 KW or more each. If the generating capacity of some small and medium-sized hydropower stations built by local governments is included, China's annual hydropower energy production was second largest in the world, exceeded only by Brazil.
By the end of 1996 hydropower stations built or being built with a generating capacity of one million KW or more included: Gezhouba, Baishan, Longyangxia, Liujiaxia, Geheyan, Wanjiazhai, Ertan, Wuqiangxi, Tianshengqiao First Step, Tianshengqiao Second Step, Yantan, Tianhuangping, Shuikou, Manwan, Dachaoshan, Waterfall Valley on Dadu River, Qingjiang Step, Geheyan and Lijiaxia hydropower stations.
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