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Wasserkraft Volk AG
28 February, 2013
Wasserkraft Volk AG (WKV) is one of the leading manufacturers for "Water-to-Wire" solutions for your hydropower project. WKV is the only manufacturer worldwide for customized turbines and generators up to 35MW per unit under one roof - really MADE IN GERMANY! WKV offers design, manufacturing, delivery, installation, commissioning and after-sales service for the lifetime of the plant! WKV provides customized synchronous generators up to 40MVA for all kind of generating units and customers. With the experience and know-how WKV offers after-sales service for all kind of turbines and generators.

Innovations in Chile
17 January, 2013
German firm Wasserkraft Volk has supplied and commissioned the complete electromechanical equipment for a 3.5MW hydro station in Chile.

Wasserkraft Volk to supply turbines for Guatemala projects
13 January, 2010
Energy investment firm World Energy Research (WER) has commissioned Germany’s Wasserkraft Volk (WKV) to supply turbines for three new hydro schemes in Guatemala.

A close second
14 December, 2004
Construction has almost been completed on the Leibis-Lichte dam, the second largest dam in Germany

The complete picture - building Piluwakhola
01 February, 2004
Arun Valley Hydropower Development Company has successfully completed the construction of its 3MW Piluwakhola hydro power project in the Eastern Development Region of Nepal

Small steps to investment
03 July, 2003
Satish Neupane reports on private sector initiatives for small hydro power project development in Nepal

A journey of discovery
01 January, 1999
The new energy law in Germany has opened up the country’s electricity sector to market competition and expansion. But how far will hydro power share in this growth? Simon Jones reports

East European overhaul
10 August, 1998
Uprating and refurbishment of existing hydro power facilities in Eastern Europe appears to be taking precedence over new construction. Suzanne Moxon draws on the experience of several countries to explain why this is so

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