Vorarlberg is consistently pursuing the expansion of its hydroelectric capacity. The new Alvierbach Oberstufe power plant officially commenced operation February 2019.
Last April a prestigious small-scale hydropower plant in Bosnia and Hercegovina was connected to the grid. What makes run-of-river plant Glavica on the banks of the Vrbas stand out is its mechanical equipment.
Taking only eighteen months to construct, the newly erected hydropower plant Heidadorf in the Swiss community of Visperterminen was officially inaugurated in October 2018.
No other generators are found in as many installations in Central Europe’s small-scale hydroelectric power plants as those made by the long-established Upper Austrian manufacturer, Hitzinger.
Community officials in the Pitztal valley in Tyrol, Austria, put their faith in hydroelectric power. Recently, the new St. Leonhard power station was completed.
The Bulanao hydropower station project was completed successfully in the Philippine province of Kalinga in March 2016. It is a new, small-scale power station on the irrigation watercourse ...
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.
On the river Nyvikelva in Røyrvik near the Swedish border, electricity provider Norsk Grønnkraft AS has built a high-pressure power station supplying electricity for 300 regional homes.
The island state of Sri Lanka has quite a long history of hydropower utilisation. This is one of the reasons why the quality of hydropower machines from the alpine region are highly appreciated here.
For more than 60 years, Hitzinger has been providing three-phase generators for hydropower and other applications from its primary location in Linz, Austria.