Community officials in the Pitztal valley in Tyrol, Austria, put their faith in hydroelectric power. Recently, the new St. Leonhard power station was completed.
The exhibitors at last year’s IFAT in Munich, the world’s leading trade fair for environmental technologies, once again presented the most innovative products in their portfolios.
The Neumagen power plant in the Southern Black Forest represents Kaiser Kraftwerke KG’s eighth hydroelectric power station. The 1,140 m long penstock consists of FLOWTITE GRP pipes from Amiantit.
The Zapece hydroelectric power plant in the Bosnian constituent republic of Srpska was completed in 2015. Consequently, KELAG now operates another plant at the western end of the Balkans.
Back in the middle of May 2014 construction work was commenced on a new hydroelectric power station of the Austrian federal forestery agency (Österreichische Bundesforste) in the Styrian-Salzburg border area.