Dam Complex of Upper Atbara, Sudan

The Dam Complex of Upper Atbara Project (DCUAP) is situated on the Atbara River and the Setit River, approximately 20 km upstream of their confluence, 80 km south of Kashm el Girba, located in the Gedaref Governorate in East of Sudan.more

Merowe Dam and Hydropower Plant, Sudan

The Merowe Dam Project is a multi-purpose infrastructure project located on the River Nile and provides energy, water for irrigation and flood protection. With an average discharge of approximately 2,300 m³/s, almost 6,000 GWh of energy are produced annually. In addition, some 400,000 ha of agricultural land can be irrigated through the stored water.more

Roseires Dam, Sudan

The Roseires Dam on the Blue Nile River was constructed in 1966 to provide energy generation and flood protection. The Government of Sudan decided to raise the dam by 10 m in order to increase the power production and to provide more storage for irrigation.more

Rehabilitation of the Upper Reservoir BS1 of the Pumped Storage Plant in Coo – Trois-Ponts, Belgium

The existing pumped storage plant Coo in Trois-Ponts has two upper basins (Coo 1 & Coo 2), both being located on Mont de Brume, and a single lower reservoir located at an ancient river bend of the Amblève River. The plant was commissioned in two stages, Coo 1 (1969) and Coo 2 (1978).more

Laúca Main Works, Angola

In 2013, The Angolan Government has started the construction of the Laúca Hydropower Project with an installed capacity of 2,067 MW, presently one of the largest hydropower projects in Africa. As a member of an International Consortium, Lahmeyer was contracted for the design review and supervision of the dam, hydraulic power circuit and the powerhouse, including the electro-mechanical equipment. Lahmeyer will give assistance during commissioning and initial operation as also for the supervision during the first year of the warranty period.more

Capanda Hydropower Plant, Angola

The construction of the Capanda dam was initiated in 1982, but due to military conflicts the works stopped in the 1990s. After the resumption of the construction works the first units started going into operation in 2004. The power station contains four Francis Turbines with a capacity of 130 MW each. The dam is a roller compacted concrete (RCC) type with a maximum height of 110 m. more

Naga Hammadi Dam, Egypt

The original Naga Hammadi Barrage is located on the River Nile in Upper Egypt some 135 km north of the city of Luxor. It was commissioned in 1930 and is one of a series of structures to raise river levels and divert water to irrigation areas. After several years of planning, the construction of a new barrage began covering a sluiceway, a powerhouse and two navigation locks.more

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