Company Overview of ANDRITZ HYDRO GmbH (Austria)
ANDRITZ HYDRO GmbH (Austria) manufactures and supplies electromechanical equipment; and provides services and automation for hydroelectric power stations in Europe. The company constructs vertical and horizontal hydro generators, tube generators, generators and motors for pump storage power plants, and turbo generators (air-cooled turbo generators for General Electric) for ANDRITZ HYDRO’s hydropower projects worldwide. It offers various products for hydropower plants, including turbines, generators, shut-off valves, control, protection and excitation systems, penstocks, and gates. The company also provides plant refurbishment services; and know-how services for pump storage power stations, i...
Founded in 2000
Key Executives for ANDRITZ HYDRO GmbH (Austria)
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ANDRITZ HYDRO GmbH (Austria) Key Developments
Andritz Hydro Wins CHF 1 Million Contract from SBBto Supply Parts for Turbines
Jun 18 14
Andritz Hydro has won a deal worth about CHF 1 million (USD 1.1 million/EUR 820,000), for the supply of parts for turbines, from national railway company SBB. The contract is for a new ball valve and the revision of three ball valves at the Amsteg power plant. The deal was awarded in an open tender.
Andritz Hydro Presents at Canadian Hydropower Association Forum 2014, May-27-2014
May 27 14
Andritz Hydro Presents at Canadian Hydropower Association Forum 2014, May-27-2014 . Venue: Fairmont Château Laurier, 1 Rideau Street, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. Speakers: Jean-Luc Carrier.
ANDRITZ HYDRO Receives Order from Lyse to Supply Equipment for Lysebotn II Station
Mar 31 14
ANDRITZ HYDRO received an order from Lyse Produksjon AS, a developer of hydropower plants, to supply the electromechanical equipment for the new Lysebotn II hydropower station, Norway. The order value amounts to approximately EUR 40 million. Commissioning is scheduled for spring 2018. The scope of supply includes two high-pressure Francis turbines (185 megawatts each), two generator units, hydraulic steelwork, and steel linings. Due to the favorable reservoir situation, the generating units for this underground hydropower station are designed for frequent start/stop to optimize energy production. The technological competence of ANDRITZ HYDRO to cope with the extremely high head of 665 meters was decisive in the award of this order.Lysebotn II will replace the existing Lysebotn hydropower plant and increase the annual energy production by 14% to reach 1.5 terawatt-hours.
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