Hydropower Plants

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Hydropower Plants

Worldwide increases in energy demand, growing fossil fuel consumption, and environmental problems associated with burning fossil fuels give new impetus to the production of hydroelectric power and the use of renewable energy resources as an environmentally friendly form of power generation.

Dams are constructed for irrigation and drinking water purposes, power generation, and flood retention schemes.

River interventions are determined by the intended purpose, the possible construction options, the ecological conditions, and the economic efficiency.

Highlights

Fields of Expertise:

  • High-head plants
  • Medium-head plants
  • Low-head plants
  • Run-of-river plants
  • Storage power plants
  • Pumped storage plants
  • Dams and weirs
  • River engineering works
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Niederwartha Pumped Storage Plant

The Niederwartha Pumped Storage Plant (PSP) owned by Vattenfall is one of the oldest pumped storage plants in Germany. On account of the poor condition…
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Gemeinschaftskraftwerk Inn Hydroelectric Power Plant

Gemeinschaftskraftwerk Inn GmbH, consisting of TIWAG, Verbund and Engadiner Kraftwerke is currently implementing one of the few large-scale power plants in Tirol, situated near the…
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Nam Kong 2 Hydropower Project, Phases 1 and 2

Chaleun Sekong Group Co. Ltd. commissioned ILF to provide consulting services for the technical design, supervision and commissioning of the Nam Kong 2 Hydropower Plant…
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Muzizi Hydropower Project

Uganda is investing heavily in the development of hydropower. The German KfW Development Bank is financing this project.
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Atdorf Pumped Storage Plant

Schluchseewerk AG plans to erect the Atdorf Pumped Storage Plant as another powerful PSP with a capacity of 1,000 MW.
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