GUGLER Water Turbines GmbH is a leading supplier of – state of the art – turbine technology, supplying all types of Francis, Kaplan and Pelton turbines up to 40 MW per unit and related electro-mechanical equipment for small and medium sized hydro power plants (water to wire).
GUGLER Water Turbines GmbH supplies also special hydropower turbines, such as micro turbines, container turbines, siphon turbines, gates turbines, turbines for drinking water pipelines on a global basis.
For more than 100 years, our family has been dedicated to the development and construction of water turbines, small hydropower plants and the generation of electricity from hydropower.
With more than 1,000 successfully installed turbines, the third-generation GUGLER family is one of the world’s leading suppliers of water turbines in the range from 50 kW to 40 MW.
More detailed information about selected references can be found in the interactive world map below.
Gugler Water Turbines makes a strategic move into the growing wave energy sector by signing an important cooperation agreement with Exowave. The partnership will see Gugler Water Turbines taking part in the ongoing EUDP project by Exowave “250 MW wave power in the Danish North Sea by 2030 – phase 1” as key provider for the pelton hydro turbine, including generator and electrical equipment.
In November 2022, GUGLER successfully put into operation the Dak Di 1 Hydro Power Plant in Vietnam. The plant is equipped with 2 vertical GUGLER Francis Turbines.
Romande Energie SA awarded GUGLER Water Turbines GmbH a turn key contract for the design, manufacture and testing in the workshop, transportation to site, installation on site, testing and commissioning on site of the hydromechanical, electromechanical, electrical and automation equipment required for the Glarey hydropower generation facility,located in city of Bex.
GUGLER Water Turbines GmbH signed a contract with Kiangan Mini Hydro Corporation for the design, supply, installation and commissioning of four Francis turbines and all required electro-mechanical equipment (including the switchgears for 69 kV grid connection) for the new 17.49 MW hydropower project Kiangan.