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How power plant infrastructure can disa...

15.07.2019

What is currently becoming Italy’s largest power plant project is proceeding almost invisibly. Ultimately, the new St. Anton power plant is being constructed in the depths of Hörtenberg,

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MONASTERY OF MARIENBERG BELIEVES IN THE ...

17.05.2016

The efforts to deliver the monastery's own hydro power plant dragged out over more than a decade. It was only three years ago that the powers-that-be at the Benedictine monastery of Marienberg ...

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Vernagtsee Power Plant

Glacier Water Drives Hydropower Plant

23.05.2013

Energie Schnals Konsortial- GmbH invested around 8 million euros into the construction of the hydropower plant, which uses two structurally identical machine units to generate around 13 gigawatts of electricity.

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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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In der Klamme

"In der Klamme" IS ON THE GRID

11.05.2012

South Tyrol’s biggest private power station and one of the most exciting hydropower projects in Northern Italy in recent years: the “In der Klamme” power station was connected to the grid.

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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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Eisack

Hydropower plant at the Eisack River

01.06.2011

It has been a long family tradition for the sawmill Plunger & Sohn to operate a small hydropower plant on the Eisack River in the South Tyrolean village of Franzensfeste.

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