AECOM to consult Ukrainian water supply company on repairing destroyed hydraulic power generation facilities

Photo: press service of Ukrhydroenergo
Photo: press service of Ukrhydroenergo

PJSC Ukrhydroenergo and American company AECOM have signed a memorandum on cooperation in the implementation of projects on restoring the destroyed hydraulic power generation system of Ukraine in Berlin.

Source: press service of Ukrhydroenergo

Details: The memorandum provides for the implementation of the projects aimed at repairing and reconstruction of hydraulic power generation facilities. The AECOM company will act as a technical consultant for rebuilding the hydraulic power generation infrastructure of Ukraine.

"AECOM has many years of experience in the development, design and reconstruction of hydraulic power generation facilities and dams worldwide," Ihor Syrota, CEO of Ukrhydroenergo, stated.

The press service added that signing the memorandum would facilitate the creation of stimuli and guarantees for attracting investments and innovative technologies to the energy sector at the state level.


AECOM is on the Fortune 500 list. The business of the professional services of the company had an income of US$14.4 billion in the 2023 financial year.

The AECOM company has many years of experience in the development and design of hydraulic power generation facilities and dams worldwide, providing complex services of planning, technical-economic reasoning, designing, environmental research, permission and licence support, construction, project management and operation/technical maintenance for hydraulic energy consumers all over the world.

AECOM has experience of work in Ukraine as well. Specifically, it is an advisor to the Ministry of the Development of Communities, Territories and Infrastructure of Ukraine for the development of infrastructure for rebuilding Ukraine and a partner in the rebuilding of the Boryspil international airport.


In May, as a result of multiple Russian attacks, Ukraine's hydraulic power generation facilities were considerably damaged. Two hydroelectric power plants have been out of order ever since.

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