From the 1960s, the Mackenzie Basin became New Zealand’s most important supplier of hydroelectricity. Lakes Tekapo and Pūkaki now hold about 50% of the country’s hydroelectric storage. This map shows the completion date and capacity of the eight power stations in the Waitaki River catchment.
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