In 2017, GUGLER Water Turbines GmbH, which hails from Upper Austria, demonstrated its leading position in the Indonesian small-scale hydropower sector by taking on a range of projects.
After around four years of construction, the Marañón hydroelectric power plant situated on the river of the same name in the Peruvian Andes region was connected to the grid in the summer of 2017.
Clywedog Reservoir was constructed close to the small Welsh town of Llanidloes between 1963 and 1967. The 50 million cubic metre capacity reservoir is primarily used to regulate the flow of the Severn River.
The Zapece hydroelectric power plant in the Bosnian constituent republic of Srpska was completed in 2015. Consequently, KELAG now operates another plant at the western end of the Balkans.