Global demographic, technological and economic megatrends will bring about major social and political changes over the coming decades to 2050.
Latest news of ANDRITZ HYDRO on current waterpower projects, like Wailoa on the Fijian island, Rio Macho in Costa Rica, Nam Na1 in Vietnam, Langenprozelten in Germany, La?ca in Angola, etc.
The biggest changes are encompassed in so-called megatrends. The most important of these megatrends are urbanization, shifts in economic power, demographic change, climate change, resource stress, and technology development.
In March 2016, the Electricity Supply Corporation of Malawi Ltd (ESCOM) and ANDRITZ HYDRO signed a contract for rehabilitation of the Tedzani III hydropower station.
ANDRITZ HYDRO to deliver electro-mechanical equipment for the Song Lo 6 hydropower plant in Vietnam.
ANDRITZ HYDRO to upgrade the Kaplan turbine hubs of the John Day Lock and Dam hydropower station, in the northwest of the United States of America.
A contract for the refurbishment and revision of the electro-mechanical equipment at the Wettingen hydropower plant in the Swiss canton of Aargau was awarded to ANDRITZ HYDRO.
In September 2016, ANDRITZ HYDRO received a second order within 12 months for the Yusufeli hydropower project in Turkey.
In June 2016 Edegel S.A.A. and ANDRITZ HYDRO signed a contract for rehabilitation works at the two Peruvian hydropower plants Huinco and Matucana.
ANDRITZ HYDRO to supply electro-mechanical equipment for the Nam Theun 1 hydropower project in Lao PDR.
ANDRITZ HYDRO to supply the electro-mechanical equipment and the penstock for the new pumped storage power plant Gouv? in Portugal.
Icelandic utility Landsvirkjun has awarded a contract to ANDRITZ HYDRO for the supply of electro-mechanical equipment and control systems for the Búrfell Extension hydropower station in Iceland.
In June 2016, ANDRITZ HYDRO received a contract from Hydro-Québec for the rehabilitation of turbine spherical inlet valves at the Manic-5 hydropower plant in the administrative region of Côte-Nord in Québec.
In the summer of 2016, the Pembelik hydropower plant on the Euphrates River in Turkey was finalized and started commercial operation.
Recently completed, the 3,568 MW Santo Ant? hydropower plant is one of the five largest hydroelectric station in Brazil
In 2015 Hydro-Quebec has awarded two contracts to ANDRITZ HYDRO for modernization works at the James Bay Project in Canada.
Hydro Tasmania and ANDRITZ HYDRO signed a frame agreement for a generator rehabilitation program lasting over seven years.
Using concrete volutes is a well-known technology which has been applied for more than a century for Kaplan turbines.
Project company Hydro Power LLP has awarded ANDRITZ HYDRO an order for the small hydropower plant Issyk 1 in Kazakhstan.
A contract for the modernization of the excitation system at the Serra da Mesa hydropower plant in Brazil was awarded to ANDRITZ HYDRO.
A major project milestone has been achieved with the installation of the first new excitation system at the Ohau A hydropower plant in New Zealand.
All works at the Blafalli-Vik hydropower plant in Norway were recently completed and the plant has started commercial operation.
ANDRITZ HYDRO has won a contract for the supply of electro-mechanical equipment for the Solu run-of-river power plant in Nepal.
ANDRITZ HYDRO has received an order for the 10.7 MW Hatillo small hydropower plant, located on the R?Yuna in the Dominican Republic.
ANDRITZ HYDRO to supply electro-mechanical equipment for the Su Pan 1 hydropower plant located on the Bo River in Vietnam.
Hunter Creek Hydro LP signed a contract with ANDRITZ HYDRO for the delivery of equipment for the Hunter Creek hydropower plant.
ANDRITZ HYDRO to supply two 28 MW Pelton turbines for the Renace 4 hydropower plant in Guatemala.
ANDRITH HYDRO to supply electro-mechanical equipment for two small hydropower plants - Intermediate and Khaw - in Jordan.
ANDRITZ HYDRO received two contracts for the supply of electro-mechanical equipment for the hydropower plants Angel I and Angel III in Peru.
ANDRITZ HYDRO to supply electro-mechanical equipment for the Stor?lva hydropower plant in central Norway.
Only 11 months after contract signing, the Italian hydropower plant Carema was successfully commissioned.
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