DR Congo: Stucky clarifies on Inga concerns


Issue 292 - 16 Jan 2015 | 1 minute read
Swiss engineering consultancy Stucky has said that the Inga I and II dams show “permanent deformations” and that it is studying the cause.State power utility Société Nationale d’Electricité du Congo (Snel) gave Stucky a contract in 2012 to investigate the causes of permanent deformations in the dams and powerhouses that had been observed since construction. The contract is funded by the World Bank, and work is scheduled to be carried out from 2013 to 2016.

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