“Small-scale hydropower in Austria can and will make its contribution to the measures and developments that are needed in the mobility sector. And not just in the form of electricity production,” says ...
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, ...
Community officials in the Pitztal valley in Tyrol, Austria, put their faith in hydroelectric power. Recently, the new St. Leonhard power station was completed.
For the in the meantime 19th time, the “International Seminar on Hydroelectric Power Plants”, the “Viennahydro”, opened its doors before the gates of Vienna.
The fish lift design was chosen to provide a continuous passage at the existing weir Runserau on the River Inn, where space is limited and the water level is subject to considerable fluctuation.
Cutting-edge technology from ANDRITZ for maximum performance: One turns an ancient Archimedean principle around, while the other runs in reverse.
In order to optimally capture the energy of flowing water and turn it into electricity, efficient technologies are needed, with pipelines being essential parts of the power generation system.
Following an international bidding process, Tidal Lagoon Swansea Bay plc. has appointed the consortium by GE/ANDRITZ HYDRO as preferred bidder for supply of...
The Sohlstufe Lehen power plant in the heart of the city of Salzburg, Austria, will be put into operation in mid-2013. Works on the plant are currently being finalized.
It was already in the late 1970s that Schaldorf in the Styrian community of St. Marein was rated as suitable for future hydropower projects in a potential evaluation study.