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Lahmeyer International becomes Tractebel
12 February, 2019
German engineering and consulting company Lahmeyer International has rebranded as Tractebel Engineering GmbH, operating under the Tractebel brand.
Joule Africa takes 100% stake in Bumbuna II project
30 March, 2016
Joule Africa now fully owns the planned Bumbuna II hydroelectric project in Sierra Leone, after buying out its co-developer, Endeavor Energy.
Lahmeyer looks at feasibility of Pakistani project
18 December, 2015
Lahmeyer International is preparing a feasibility study for the Thakot hydropower project in Pakistan in association with local partners. The project on the Indus River will have an installed capacity between 2000-2500MW.
Lahmeyer and MHI to work on Nepal’s first pumped storage project
28 July, 2015
Lahmeyer International, in association with Manitoba Hydro International (MHI) as subconsultant, has been engaged by Tanahu Hydropower Limited to provide engineering services for Nepal’s first pumped storage plant.
RusHydro completes stabilization of Zagorskaya
23 September, 2014
RusHydro has announced it has successfully completed the stabilization of the Zagorskaya pumped storage plant no. 2, a year after subsidence in the project’s powerhouse basement led to its partial flooding.
GDF Suez acquires Lahmeyer
18 September, 2014
GDF Suez has announced it has acquired German firm Lahmeyer from owners Capiton GmbH through subsidiary company Tractebel Engineering.
Consortium signs contract for Upper Yeywa consulting work
06 August, 2013
A consortium of Lahmeyer International GmbH and Stucky SA has been awarded a contract to provide consulting services for Myanmar’s Upper Yeywa Hydropower Project.
COBA wins contract on Laúca project, Angola
15 July, 2013
Engineering and environmental consulting company COBA has been contracted by the Government of Angola to provide engineering services and equipment for the 2070MW Laúca hydropower plant on the Kwanza River, between the Cambambe and Capanda projects.
Lahmeyer Hydroprojekt new name for HPI
03 June, 2013
Hydroprojekt Ingenieurgesellschaft mbH (HPI) has announced it is to operate under the new name Lahmeyer Hydroprojekt.
Lahmeyer acquires majority interest in IDP Consult
15 June, 2012
Lahmeyer Group has acquired a 70% interest in IDP Consult in a move to expand its competences in government consultation in the fields of water, energy and environment in the South-East Asian market.
Joule Africa to develop Kpep project with Cameroon govt
09 March, 2012
Energy developer Joule Africa has entered into a Memorandum of Understanding with the Government of The Republic of Cameroon to develop the Kpep hydroelectric project, an undertaking that will increase the country's current installed power generation capacity by at least 40%.
Pöyry to sell parts of its water, environment operations
05 March, 2012
Consulting and engineering company Pöyry has agreed to sell water and environment operations in Germany and Tanzania to Lahmeyer Holding GmbH.
Study underway for Bumbuna phase II, Sierra Leone
28 November, 2011
Work has started on the bankable feasibility study for the second phase of the Bumbuna hydroelectric project in Sierra Leone, local media has reported.
03 November, 2011
While agriculture in many regions is served by irrigation and more projects are built or modernised, water availability and its efficient use are of increasing concern, as Patrick Reynolds reports
Norconsult-Lahmeyer JV to continue work on Nepal’s largest hydro project
08 February, 2011
Norconsult of Norway, in a joint venture with Lahmeyer International of Germany, is to further continue its work as advisor to the development of 456MW Upper Tamakoshi hydrelectric project in Nepal, following the signing of a new contract at the end of last year.
01 April, 2010
A remote wilderness region of eastern Iceland is the scene of the Kárahnjúkar hydro power project
Chinese investment in African hydro
06 November, 2009
China is developing a series of major dam projects in Africa, including the Bui dam in Ghana and Tekeze project in Ethiopia. Neil Ford investigates the strategy behind these new developments
Ecuador takes bids for Zamora catchment studies
27 May, 2009
The Government of Ecuador has received bids from seven consultant parties to perform studies on the hydro power potential of the Zamora catchment.
Ukraine interested in Rogun
10 December, 2008
Bilateral co-operation talks have raised the possibility of Ukraine participating in the completion of the Rogun project in Tajikistan.
Grand Inga comes one step closer
18 June, 2008
As worldwide attention focused on the Grand Inga scheme during a recent meeting held in London, UK, Neil Ford investigates just how close the 40GW project is to becoming a reality