Why Choose MannPower?
It was MannPower that first introduced the Archimedean Screw turbine to the UK in 2004. Since then we’ve installed more of these turbines than any other operator.
We’ve accumulated experience and expertise designing and delivering Archimedean Screw hydropower solutions from modest 1kW schemes through to huge systems generating hundreds of kilowatts. To get a clearer idea of what this scale difference means in practical terms, take a look at some of our case studies. As you can see from the map below we’ve got Archimedean Screw turbines installed and generating all across the UK – with more coming on-stream every month.
Mannpower Hydro Ltd. is now part of the TLS Energy Group
We are very pleased to announce that Mannpower Hydro Ltd. is now part of the TLS Energy Group, which owns and operates 10 hydroelectric power stations and 2 wind turbines with a combined capacity of over 6MW across the UK. These schemes will further expand our portfolio of projects for which we provide technical services, and allows us to continue investing in the trained engineers and specialist equipment required to offer the best possible service to our customers. We also now have access to TLS Energy’s long standing expertise in the energy trading market, in particular negotiating the best rates for selling the energy generated.
Please be assured that no existing contracts will be affected by this change, and Mannpower will continue to operate from our office in Yorkshire with all staff and ongoing projects continuing as before. This is all about creating synergies between the two companies in order to expand our capabilities, and we are currently recruiting additional service engineers to deliver this.
Powering Over 70 Archimedean Screw Turbines
What Our Clients Say
The house is now toastie warm and 4 – 6 Kw doing a great job. I disconnected all the immersion heaters on the house phase…so now running 2 phase heaters!
Julia Horne, Gara Hydro
Mark Simpson, River Dart Country Park
The outcome is a scheme which will improve fish passage over the weir, generate a significant amount of renewable energy and provide much needed monitoring of fish migration over the weir.