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VERBUND puts Europe‘s highest fish ladde...

31.01.2022

40 years after its construction, the Annabrücke power plant on the river Drava is being upgraded with a brand new fish migration aid. The fish can migrate up and downstream through an elaborate system of 172 pools.

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HYDROPOWER 4.0 – IMPLEMENTING IMAGINATIO...

17.01.2022

VERBUND is pioneering the hydropower plant of tomorrow – today, in the Styrian village of Rabenstein, analysing the efficacy of concepts such as ROVs, smart glasses, digital twins and the future of servicing.

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verbund pledges large investment in futu...

15.11.2021

VERBUND recently announced its decision to invest more than half a billion euros in the construction of Austrian pumped-storage projects Limberg III (in Kaprun in the province of Salzburg) and Reißeck II+ (in Carinthia).

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Verbund and Salzburg AG celebrate inaugu...

16.11.2020

It was in mid-June under a glorious blue sky when VERBUND and Salzburg AG celebrated the official inauguration of their new joint power plant in the Gries district of the city of Bruck an der Glocknerstrasse.

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PROVEN HYDRO-MECHANICAL EQUIPMENT TO PRO...

22.11.2017

As of 2019, a new hydroelectric power station on the Mur River will supply 20,000 homes in Graz, Austria, with green electricity. This new power plant will generate 82 million kWh per year, saving up to 60,000 tons of CO2.

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REISSECK II: GIGANTIC BUTTERFLY VALVES I...

26.09.2016

The Reisseck II pumped-storage power plant is Austria's Verbund AG's biggest project at the moment. Verbund AG has been working on the expansion of the Malta and Reisseck power plant group since 2010.

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MARGARITZE DAM: DIVING IN THE WINTER A T...

27.02.2016

The Margaritze dam belongs to the Kaprun worKs group and every 10 years the above-water structures and below-water parts of the
plant have to be subjected.

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WHEN SHUT-OFF DEVICES NEED A MAKEOVER

05.02.2013

At the high-head power plants built in this region some 40 to 60 years ago, the shut-off devices are in many cases quite old. So most operators of such plants are now having their shut-off components completely restored.

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