• Preliminary assessment – desk based study to determine likely potential of a site, including initial hydrological assessment and preliminary energy calculations.
  • Feasibility study – investigate viability of the site, identifying major constraints or likely issues, and through a detailed hydrological evaluation and engineering assessment, prepare a potential cost benefit analysis.
  • Planning and detailed design – working with environmental specialists and all regulatory bodies, develop a detailed scheme and obtain all necessary approvals.
  • Project management and commissioning – contract and project management for the installation and commissioning stages
  • Real-time monitoring and field maintenance – through contracts with local maintenance contractors using telemetry to raise alerts of issues such as blockages or need for maintenance.