Dear business friend,

without innovative hydropower we will not have a renewable energy future and ANDRITZ HYDRO is contributing with our people, technology and quality.

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Without innovative hydropower we will not have a renewable energy future – and ANDRITZ HYDRO is contributing with our people, technology and quality.

With the slow down of the worldwide economy and subdued delays for investments in new installations the project landscape reflects now again a stable performance but on a lower level compared to the peak years before. Still ANDRITZ HYDRO is showing, after an excellent year 2012, a satisfactory development in 2013.

Orders like equipment supply for HPP Xayaburi and HPP Nam Lik in Lao PDR, HPP Upper Kaleköy in Turkey or HPP 5 de Noviembre in El Salvador demonstrate this. Additionally the number of small hydropower stations installed is remaining on a high level.

ANDRITZ HYDRO could win in this sector orders in all regions of the world, from Belgium to Vietnam and from Canada to Chile.

Technological development is nowadays essential to keep the state of the art standard of ANDRITZ HYDRO. For example the automation platform

HIPASE is a radical new approach to unifying different device specifications and applying the latest and most modern hardware and software technologies. It is the first time such a product could be developed and will now be introduced to the global market.

Another commitment from ANDRITZ HYDRO is our excellent execution of orders. Timely high quality deliveries are proving our technological competence and our project management skills represent a corner stone of our reputation. We are quite proud of having put that many power stations in service – securing the production of environmentally friendly and economically viable green electricity next decades to come.

Recent examples include HPP Myntdu-Leshka (3 x 42 MW) in India, HPP Theun-Hinboun (1 x 220 MW) in Lao PDR, HPP Allai Khwar (2 x 60.5 MW) in Pakistan, HPP Boyabat (3 x 176 MW) in Turkey, HPP Bajina Bašta (4 x 105.6 MW) in Serbia, HPP Kindaruma (3 x 24 MW) in Kenya and HPP Chacayes (2 x 59.5 MW) in Chile.

The trust our customers place in us is based on our solid performance in implementation. It is this which gives us the confidence to tackle new challenges and future demands.

M. Komböck        W.Semper          H.Heber

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