CISPDR Corporation announced as a supporting partner at the World Hydropower Congress
CISPDR Corporation (formerly known as Changjiang Institute of Survey, Planning, Design and Research), has been announced as a supporting partner at the 2023 World Hydropower Congress, taking place from 31 October to 2 November in Bali, Indonesia.
CISPDR provides full life cycle technical services covering survey, planning, feasibility study, tender documents, detailed design, test and research, project management and supervision in the fields of water & hydro, electricity & renewable energy, architecture, municipal construction & transportation, ecological environment and digital technology in over 60 countries and regions, with a professional technical team of more than 3,200 employees.
Over seventy years, CISPDR has won hundreds of science and technology awards from the Chinese government and eight FIDIC Project Awards. These include the Master Plan of the Yangtze River Basin, the surveying and design of large hydropower projects, the Three Gorges Project (22,500 MW), the Wudongde HPP (10,200 MW), the Shuibuya HPP (1,840 MW), the Pengshui HPP (1,750MW) and the Tingzikou HPP (1,100MW).
Moreover, CISPDR has dedicated significant contributions to the development of more than 60 countries and regions, involving a number of large hydropower projects, represented by the Karot HPP in Pakistan, (720MW), the Murum HPP in Malaysia (944MW and the Caculo Cabaca Hydropower Project in Angola (2,172MW).
On becoming supporting partners, CISPDR said: “On the condition of global climate change, CISPDR is committed to sharing experience and wisdom in sustainable development of hydropower and other renewable energy. The 2023 World Hydropower Congress provides a great platform to showcase our technology, experience and innovation in the hydropower and renewable energy, we look forward to establishing cooperation with the participants and achieving common development.
“In China, we have undertaken the survey and design of hydropower projects, with a total installed capacity of 45GW under operation. In Asia, Africa and Latin America, the total installed capacity of those hydropower and solar power projects built and under construction which CISPDR involved in, has reached 55 GW and 24 GW respectively.”