ANDRITZ Hydro in Russia, Moscow
ANDRITZ Hydro is one of the leading global suppliers of electromechanical equipment and services for hydropower plants.
ANDRITZ Hydro has been operating in the hydraulic power generation sector for more than 170 years. Special application pumps and turbo generators are further fields of activity.
ANDRITZ Hydro is part of the global ANDRITZ group. HYDRO is a global supplier of electromechanical systems and services (“from water-to-wire“) for hydropower plants and one of the leaders in the world market for hydraulic power generation. Furthermore, the company has a leading position in the growing modernization, refurbishment, and upgrade market for existing hydropower plants.
ANDRITZ Hydro promotes hydropower as the most economical form of renewable energy by elaborating long-lived, environmentally friendly concepts in close cooperation with our customers. To maintain nature and technology in harmony is part of our own corporate culture. Thus, sustainability and conservative use of resources are given top priority. We represent:
- Over 170 years of experience in turbine design
- More than 30,000 turbines installed, totaling approx. 400,000 MW output
- Over 120 years of experience in electrical equipment for power stations
- Complete supply range up to 800 MW
- 3,500 generators supplied, totaling 185,000 MVA output
- Leading in service and rehabilitation for upgrades
- World market leader for Compact Hydro
ANDRITZ Hydro Divisions
- Large Hydro: “water-to-wire” supply/installation of hydropower plants
- Service & Rehab: solutions, products, and services over the entire life cycle of hydropower plants
- Compact Hydro: products and services for small and medium-sized hydroelectric power plants up to 30 MW unit output
- Generator Turbo: design, manufacture, and installation of air- and nitrogen-cooled turbo generators, ranging from 50 to 350 MVA for combined cycle power plants and conventional thermal power plants
- Pumps: standard and large pumps for water transportation, the energy industry, the pulp and paper industry, as well as the chemical and food industries