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Hydropower and Water Resources

Our experts-consultants and engineers can cover all stages in the Hydropower and Water Resources project cycle, from identification to supervision during commissioning. We have vast experience of such projects particularly in Serbia, Montenegro and Bosnia & Herzegovina.
S.E.E.C.'s domain of activity in the field of Hydropower and Water Resources include:

•  Multi-purpose water storage reservoirs, dams, water transfers,
•  Hydropower plants, especially small and medium size ,
•  Flood Risk Management, Flood Prevention Plans and Flood risk protection infrastructure.

S.E.E.C. company services are:

•  Planning of multi-purpose use of water resources and Planning documentation,
•  Preparation of Technical Due Diligences,
•  Preparation of Pre-feasibility studies (PFS) and Feasibility studies (FS),
•  Preparation of Conceptual designs, Preliminary (Basic) designs and Final/Detailed designs,
•  Preparation of Design documents for rehabilitation/modernization/repowering of HPPs,
•  Preparation of Hydropower strategies,
•  Preparation of Water Resources Management plans,
•  Basic surveys - hydrological, geological, hydro geological, geotechnical etc.,
•  Hydraulic, static and energy production calculations,
•  Economic and Financial Analyses,
•  Environmental and social impact assessments studies,
•  Preparation of resettlement action plans,
•  Rehabilitation and upgrading of existing dams, hydropower plants and multi-purpose systems,
•  Preparation of Tender Documents according to IFIs procurement rules (KfW, EBRD, PRAG, WB, EIB, etc.) and Western Balkans countries public procurement    rules,
•  Bid evaluation and Contract Negotiation,
•  Owner's engineering services,
•  Legal Analyses of potential sites for HPP construction,
•  Consultancy in privatization of HPPs and concession granting,
•  Generation analysis,
•  Funding and Grant Options and Advice,
•  Technical project and design review,
•  Integral development projects of training, protection and exploitation of rivers potential.




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