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Hydropower Plants
Hydroelectric power plants can include a reservoir to exploit the energy of falling water by the smallest turbines.
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Our engineers have designed and built hydropower plants all over the world. We have the experience and knowledge to help you get the most out of your project.

Projects like hydropower plants can have a big impact on the environment if not done correctly. That's why we take our time to plan each project and make sure it is as green as possible.

We've worked with a lot of different types of hydropower plants, from small to large. No matter the size of your project, we can help you get it done right.

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Q: What is hydropower?

A: Hydropower is a type of renewable energy that uses water to create electricity. The water can come from a river, stream, or lake.

Q: How does hydropower work?

A: When the water flows through the turbine, it turns the blades. This turns the shaft, which then turns the generator to create electricity.

Q: Can I get a hydropower plant?

A: Yes! If you have a river, stream, or lake on your property, you may be able to get a hydropower plant.

Q: What are the benefits of hydropower?

A: Hydropower is a renewable energy source, so it doesn't produce greenhouse gases like coal or natural gas does. It's also a reliable source of energy, and it doesn't require a lot of maintenance.

Q: What are the drawbacks of hydropower?

A: The main drawback of hydropower is that it can't be used in every location. You need a river, stream, or lake to use it.

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We Stay On Top Through Constant Innovation and Improvements

Our R&D team has been continuing to develop and design new technology for use in our current and future generators. We currently have a number of patents pending, and we will notify you when they are granted.

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