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WASH in DPRK

WASH in DPRK

Thomas got the opportunity to serve as WASH Expert on behalf of the Swiss Humanitarian Aid Unit in DPR Korea. He supported during two months (June / July 2019) the local project office of SDC / HA. Based on his experience in the domains of water supply and construction, he could provide important advice. FurtherRead more about WASH in DPRK[…]

Supporting Acquisition

Supporting Acquisition

HYCON had the opportunity to support a large Swiss-based construction company during the tendering process. Key activities were the elaboration of technical reports on project plans, logistics, project risk analysis and health and safety assessments.

Lecturer at ZHAW

Lecturer at ZHAW

HYCON is mandated to provide formal trainings at the ZHAW Zurich University of Applied Sciences. Thomas Gross is lecturer in the Module Water – Energy Wastewater as part of the Bachelor’s Degree in Natural Resources Engineering on the subject of Hydropower.

Small hydropower documentation

Small hydropower documentation

The Swiss Federal Office of Energy has published the new documentation on small hydropower in Switzerland. Hycon, together with Entegra Wasserkraft AG, has elaborated the module II on technical aspects. The documentation is published on EnergieSchweiz and announced through the Energeia-Blog. Gesamtdokumentation_Kleinwasserkraft_-_Modul_II

HSE in small hydropower stations

HSE in small hydropower stations

Ensuring the health and safety of our employees is a key issue when managing and operating small hydropower stations. HYCON could elaborate and successfully introduce HSE handbooks for various small hydropower stations in Switzerland

Due Diligence in Albania

Due Diligence in Albania

HYCON has analyzed three hydropower projects in Albania on behalf of a swiss-albanian consortium. Based on a fact-finding mission, HYCON provided the necessary information on which the client may base its decisions on its future engagement in these projects. Each hydropower plant has a capacity of up to 1.5 MW.