New South Wales, Australia
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Murray 1 Power Station is one of several hydroelectric power stations in the Snowy Mountains Scheme, New South Wales, Australia. Murray 1 has ten turbo generators, with a generating capacity of 950 MW of electricity and is located 10 kilometers North of the tourist village of Khancoban along the Alpine Way. Visitors travelling in 2wd vehicles are required to use snow chains during winter months. Although the power station is physically located in the state of New South Wales, it has, since 1 July 2008 been allocated to the Victoria region of the National Electricity Market.
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