Hydroelectric Power

Hydroelectric Power is the process of water flowing through a dam’s turbines to produce electricity, known as pumped-storage hydropower. Run-of-river hydropower uses a channel to funnel water through rather than powering it through a dam.
 

Hydroelectric power is very versatile and can be generated using both large scale projects, like the Hoover Dam, and small scale projects like underwater turbines and lower dams on small rivers and streams. Hydroelectric power does not generate pollution, and therefore is a much more environmentally-friendly energy option for our environment.
 

OAK seeks engagement with worthy off-takers via long-term structured Public Private Partnership(s) (PPP), consolidating a typical project finance mechanism augmented alongside our international state-backed EPC alliance partner(s) and delivered under a Build, Own and Operate (BOO) model. Financing via intelligent capital sourcing and investment that is aligned to the lifecycle of the Hydroelectric Power Generating assets underpinning our philosophy of delivering high quality solutions that are important to the regional economies in which we operate.