Sustainability is not a characteristic, but an attitude. Here at the long-established Tiroler Rohre GmbH, they are conscious of this and continue to abide by a strict sustainability strategy.
Tiroler Rohre GmbH, which is a traditional manufacturer of ductile cast-iron pipes from Tyrol, consistently relies on innovation and further development. Over a period of two years, ...
The devastating storms last summer had a terrible impact on some small hydroelectric power plants, particularly in the Upper Styria region. The damage ran into tens of millions of euros.
The old hydroelectric power plant Guido Donegani in Glurns near the Reschen Pass is even today considered a technical masterpiece in power plant construction.
The community of Cortina d’Ampezzo in the Veneto region in northern Italy has been supplied with clean electricity since last summer thanks to a newly constructed small-scale hydropower plant.
More and more communities in the Alps want to utilise the potential energy that resides in the sources situated at high altitude by having a drinking water power plant.
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.