Case Study

Self-Cleaning Trashracks Help Keep The Power On For New Zealand Hydroelectric Plant


Hydrogeneration is the dominant source of energy in New Zealand, providing approximately 70% of total electricity. The Hornwort, a submersed, free-floating perennial which can reach nearly 20 feet of height above water, has invaded New Zealand’s waters. The plant quickly proved to be an issue for Genesis Energy at the Tokaanu Power Station, a 240 MW hydroelectric power station.


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