The 22,5 MW Ilulissat hydropower project near the town of Ilulissat in Western Greenland involves the harnessing of the outflow of two natural lakes by constructing water tunnels into the bottom of both lakes. The headrace tunnel will be 1,3 km and the diversion tunnel will be 1,0 km long. The power station is underground with three Francis units, 7,5 MW each. The utilised head is 186 m and design discharge is 15 m3/s. The 60 kV transmission line to Ilulissat is 50 km long. The estimated annual generation is 65 GWh.
- Management of all control system contracts.
- Direction of commissioning
- Technical management of operations for the first 2 years of operations.