Radyr Weir Hydroelectric Scheme - Fully Booked
It was considered that the best way to deliver the project within the constraints was to adopt a collaborative approach and the project was awarded to Dawnus on a 2 stage NEC3 Contract with Early Contractor Involvement to develop the scheme and take it through planning. This approach allowed the whole team to work together collaboratively, closely manage the commercial and programme risk and ultimately implement a delivery plan that secured the essential renewables Feed In Tariff that made the business model work for the Cardiff Council.
The scheme involved the construction of a new 400kW hydroelectric power plant incorporating the installation of two Archimedean-screw turbines sited within a turbine housing located behind the eastern abutment of Radyr Weir. The turbines generate enough power to run 550 homes and require extremely low maintenance. The facility is unmanned and fully automated with the ability for remote monitoring and control. The plant can even be monitored and operated from your iPhone. NRW also required the scheme to incorporate a £1M fish pass and fish trapping facility and the scheme also includes an array of other associated infrastructure and necessary flood defences.
Come along to a joint CEW and CECA Wales presentation and tour of the project on Monday 28th November.
How to Book: To reserve your place please email firstname.lastname@example.org stating your full contact details and the names of all delegates wishing to attend. Substitution of delegates can be made at any time.
Non-attendance by any registered delegate will be charged in £20 plus VAT unless you have informed us by Friday 25th November 2016