is a village
, noted as the centre of the country's hydroelectric
industry. The Monasavu
hydroelectric scheme, built between 1978
, features an 82-meter high earthen dam on the Nanuka River
. A 5.4-kilometer long tunnel joins the Wailoa River
Power Station to the dam, 625 meters above. At F$234 million
, it was the most expensive project ever initiated by the Fijian government. The river has an accompanying lake, one of two in Fiji.