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TYROLEAN TOURISM REGION GETS SERIOUS AB...

15.11.2017

Community officials in the Pitztal valley in Tyrol, Austria, put their faith in hydroelectric power. Recently, the new St. Leonhard power station was completed.

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CONVINCING SOUTH TYROLEAN TECHNOLOGY IN ...

05.07.2017

The Steineraa power plant in the Canton of Schwyz officially commenced operations with the festive inauguration in September of last year. Behind the 12 million Swiss franc project is ebs Energie AG (ebs).

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ZAPECE POWER PLANT CONTRIBUTES TO ENHANC...

15.08.2016

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.

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WATER INTAKE AT SUSASCA POWER PLANT

25.07.2016

In the autumn of 2015 modifications were undertaken on the La Jenna water intake of the Susasca Power station in Susch, Switzerland.The main point of the project was the conversion to a fine grid with a new ...

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South Tyrolean hydro power technology sc...

01.04.2016

Since 2005, the Ukrainian company Kommertsconsult has been actively involved in renewable energies in Transcarpathia, in the western part of Ukraine.

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PUSTER VALLEY: NEW CHAPTER IN HYDROPOWER

21.05.2013

As it did in the past, textile manufacturer Moessmer of Bruneck is committed to the use of hydropower. As the oldest industrial operation in the Puster Valley, the firm’s tradition-steeped history goes back more than 100 years.

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PRIVATE PIONEER PROJECT in SOUTH TYROL

22.04.2013

In 2009 the permit for the almost century-old hydropower plant in the market town of Mühlbach was up for re-application. But not the region’s big players of the energy supply industry won the project.

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INNOVATION AT THE WATER INTAKE

03.06.2011

Installed in 2010 in the beautiful South Tyrolean Sarntal region, the Sagbach hydropower station needed an effective means of filtering the motive water at the intake.

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