The Pilikambi Hydropower Project is located on the Lagaip River, near the Pilikambi Village. Once operational, the project will extend rural electrification in the Enga Province by replacing diesel generation with sustainable, renewable energy.
“The development of the project will ensure the availability of reliable renewable energy throughout the grid connected areas, particularly as the Enga Provincial government is constructing a new hospital and other government facilities in Wabag town,” said Tilak Battharai, SMEC Manager, Hydropower & Dams Southeast Asia. “Furthermore, the injection of 15–18 MW of power will strengthen the grid reliability between Wabag and Mt. Hagen.”
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SMEC has been appointed to deliver project management services for the construction of a new six-story office complex for the Ghana Immigration Service, located in Accra.
Sydney, 7 June 2022: Fortescue Future Industries (FFI) and global engineering firm, SMEC are proud to announce the establishment of an Engineering Partnership Agreement between the two companies. This agreement will enable SMEC to provide engineering services to support FFI in their goal to harness the world’s renewable energy resources to produce green electricity, green hydrogen, green ammonia, and other green industrial products.
On 25 May, SMEC celebrated the grand opening of our new corporate office in Tashkent, Uzbekistan.
SMEC has been engaged by the Ministry of Water & Environment of Uganda to undertake design review and construction supervision for critical water projects across Namasale, Koboko, Kaliro-Namungalwe and Rukungiri.