On 19 March the Ecuadorian President, Rafael Correa, inaugurated the Manduriacu Hydroelectric Power Plant in the Guayllabamba basin to the north west of Quito

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President Correa at the inauguration ceremony.

The Ecuadorian Electricity Corporation, the country's public supplier of electricity, placed its trust in the ITH consortium to supervise the Manduriacu hydroelectric project (75% of the ITH consortium is owned by two Spanish companies, INCLAM and TYPSA, while 25% is owned by a local company).

INCLAM's effort paid off due to its wholehearted commitment to internationalise its specialised services, supported by the quality and experience guaranteed by the group.

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The reservoir will store 10 million cubic metres of water.

President Correa emphasised that the work is one of the main steps of an environmental policy to transform the country's energy matrix.

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Official figures indicate that the Manduriacu plant will benefit 250,000 families, generate more than 2000 jobs directly and indirectly, and inject 367 GWh per year in replacement of thermal energy. 

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The plant will generate 65 MW and there will be a total flow rate of 210 cubic metres per second. 

Built in record time (the process began in 2011), the total cost of the hydroelectric plant was $227 million and 2,450 people contributed to its construction. 

In the context of the environmental commitment to fighting climate change, 180 million tons of CO2 a year will be saved thanks to this project. 

Reverberation in the Ecuadorian Media:



Last Saturday the Peruvian President inaugurated one of the drinking water plants already in operation in the Loreto region of the Marañon basin. This plant forms part of an ambitious project undertaken by INCLAM in the Peruvian Amazon. The project's main objective is to provide water to 65 indigenous communities in the Pastaza, Corrientes, Tigre and Marañón basins where a state of emergency has been declared. 

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President Humala drawing water from one of the plant's filters. 

INCLAM's mission is not just to supply clean drinking water to the 65 villages, whose total population is 20,630 at an average 317 inhabitants per community. It will also continue to operate and maintain the plants for two years, providing energy, reagents and spare parts.

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President Humala at the inauguration with representatives of public authorities and members of the INCLAM Group.

INCLAM adapts its technical solutions to their surroundings and employs environmentally-friendly design. Its technical solutions are combined with a programme aimed at communities and families to improve public health through raising awareness of the situation and instilling healthy habits.

16195905023 f97606d10d kThe involvement of communities in the project is a fundamental pillar of INCLAM's philosophy. INCLAM is strongly committed to helping local communities help themselves and creating participatory processes at all levels in all the phases of the project.

A company of Spanish origin with more than 25 years experience in hydraulic engineering, INCLAM has a worldwide presence in 17 countries and has been based in Peru since 2010. It has doubled its growth since 2010, achieving a turnover of €30 million in 2014 following a continuous upward trend.

This success confirms that our formula combining technology best suited to the environment with the creation of participatory processes involving society, a formula already applied in other countries, provides the best foundation for sustainability and the strengthening of institutions.

Reverberation in the Peruvian Media:

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From 27 to 29 May the 3rd Asian Sanitation Dialogue was held in Manila, Philippines with the aim of finding sustainable sanitation solutions.

The Sanitation Dialogue is a forum of international interest which more than 40 countries and organizations meet. The Inclam Group, invited as water and environmental engineering expert, was able to participate in different debates where the following topics were attended.

- Sanitation y waste water management

- Technologies and innovative solutions for urban development and sanitation

- Integrated solid waste management

- Use of green practices to ensure clean and sustainable urban development

From the commercial point of view, Inclam had the chance to be in contact with the ADB specialists and officers based in different countries and establish relationships with the private sector for future collaborations.


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La jornada celebrada en Filipinas por el Grupo Inclam, que contó con la participación del Excelentísimo Embajador de España fue un éxito. Se dividió por una parte, en la presentación del Grupo Inclam y por otra, en una colección de casos de éxito en los sectores de tratamientos de aguas, la hidrología e hidráulica y el cambio climático. El resultado fue doble, por una parte Inclam afianzó su apuesta por Filipinas y, por otra, se avanzó en la transferencia de tecnologías y conocimiento aplicadas a las particularidades del país. 



INCLAM Group present as moderator in the GEOLOGICAL RISK INTERNATIONAL FORUM in Arequipa, PERU.

The forum, sponsored by INGEMET (Geological Mining and Metallurgical Institute), highlights the importance of considering the disaster as a social construction and not nature. Hence the challenge of reducing the vulnerability and reduce the risk consisting of a culture of prevention through education and dissemination of knowledge that allows people to recognize the hazards to which they are exposed.


[Manuel Olmedas shares his experience in the management of the Ebro basin in a lecture organized by Inclam and ANA

The Office of Knowledge Management and Coordination Agency (DGCCI) of the ANA (National Water Authority) and the consulting INCLAM, organized the lecture: Successful experience in watershed planning and management, case: Ebro - Spain.

Result of INCLAM policy of facilitating high-value specialists collaboration in drafting and supervision of WR Management Plan of Tumbes, Chira-Piura and Tacna, the conference was presented by, Mr. Manuel Omedas Margeli, Head of Planning Ebro Hydrographic Confederation of Spain, who shared the experiences of the management of the river basin.

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This international expert was able to visit the three basins, meeting with members of the Watershed Councils and discussing with them the vision of the plan, measures and recommendations to take in order to achieve an effective institutional deployment.

The ANA Chief Jorge Montenegro, welcomed the presence of Manuel Olmedas and highlighted the commitments already made in water management, government priority. Proof of this is their policy is their national water strategy and the national plan to guide the effective, efficient and the shared vision management as the basis of local, regional and international development.

The Group Inclam special guest at the ceremony of the establishment of the Water Resources Tumbes Basin

With the presence of the new head of the National Water Authority (ANA), Jorge Montenegro Chavesta, With the presence of the new head of the National Water Authority (ANA), Jorge Montenegro Chavesta, saw the creation of the Water Resources Council Tumbes Basin.

The ceremony was attended by various authorities and regional government representatives from Tumbes and local governments, as well as special guests including members of the National Water Secretariat - Senagua of Ecuador.


Pictured INCLAM ALTERNATIVA members with the new head of the ANA, Jorge Montenergo and President of the Council; Manuel Morán

Since 2012 the Group INCLAM (through Inclam Alternativa) leads the "Management Plan Basin Water Resources Chira Piura". During the ceremony there were words of gratitude to the consultant Inclam Alternativa for their support in the resource planning process.

The Water Resources Council Tumbes Basin was created in order to participate in the planning, coordination and cooperation of sustainable use of water resources.

The scope of the Council includes the basins of the rivers units Zarumilla, Tumbes, Bocapán, Quebrada Seca, interbasin Quebrada Fernández and 4, with a total area of 5285.48 square kilometers, inhabited by some 200.306 people.


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