Wells Engineering was one of 17 winners in the Design Stage of the U.S. Department of Energy #WavestoWater Competition. In the final stage, 5 to 10 winners will test out their desalination systems in the ocean to see how much drinking water they can make using only the power of the waves.
We believe in the importance of renewable energy. That is why 100% of electricity used by Wells Engineering, LLC comes from renewable sources, purchased through a Georgia Power integrated resource program.
Wells Engineering is performing feasibility studies on two navigation dams along the Tennessee-Tombigbee Waterway in Mississippi. You can read about it here. A local newspaper published a favorable opinion about the projects. You can read their view on the development of the projects here.
Wells Engineering designed the penstock and powerhouse for the Miller Creek Ditch Hydro Project near Meeker, Colorado. The project was featured in a technical paper presented at HydroVision International 2017 in Denver, titled “Partnerships to Develop Rural Small Hydro Projects.” The paper can be downloaded here. You can also read the ‘Success Story’ published by the Colorado […]
Wells Engineering’s conceptual design for a simple and cost-effective way to install proprietary low-head turbines at existing canal drops was featured in a new video at the Natel Energy exhibit booth during the HydroVision 2017 Conference in Denver, Colorado. The project was managed by Small Hydro Consulting and cost estimating was provided by contractor Gracon LLC.