ENGIE Energía Perú operates two hydroelectric plants: Yuncán (with a nominal capacity of 136.5 MW) and Quitaracsa (with a total nominal capacity of 118 MW).
ENGIE operates 3 hydroelectric power plants: Tanzmühle, Reisach and Trausnitz.
- Tanzmühle is a combination of a pumped storage power station and a run-of-the-river facility along the Pfreimd River. The run-of-the-river component has a nominal capacity of 3.3 MW, while the pumped storage installation is scaled to generate 31 MW in production and 25 MW in pumping.
- The Reisach pumped storage power station has a nominal capacity of 106 MW.
- The Trausnitz run-of-the-river plant has a nominal capacity of 1.8 MW.
ENGIE led the construction of the Laja hydroelectric plant, the first run-of-the-river power plant in Chile, on the lower section of the Laja River. A system of turbines installed at the foot of the dam avoids the need to divert the river and minimizes the dam’s environmental impact. This project is one-of-a-kind in Chile.
The Europe Generation BU operates the Coo-Trois-Ponts pumped storage power station, a facility with an installed capacity of 1,164 MW located in the Ardennes, near the Coo Waterfall.
First Hydro Company, a subsidiary of ENGIE, is one of the most successful electricity generators in the UK with an installed capacity of 2,088 MW. It manages and operates the Dinorwig and Festiniog pumped storage power stations, located in the Snowdonia region of Wales.