AHP – Kaprun Limberg III Pumped Storage Power Plant 480 MW – Salzburg - Project Profile
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Verbund-Austrian Hydro Power AG (AHP), a subsidiary of Verbund AG (Vienna), is planning to undertake the construction of the Limberg III pumped storage power plant near Kaprun in the Austrian Alps.
The project involves the construction of a dam, subterranean pressure tunnels a powerhouse.
The cavern will be equipped with two 240MW reversible pumped turbines, and both projects will use identical components.
In September 2014, due to low electricity price the project was put on hold.
In June 2015, an environmental impact assessment (EIA) process was completed for the project.
Planning activities are underway.
Construction is expected to be commenced in the first quarter of 2019, and scheduled to complete by 2025.
The project involves the construction of a power plant with a generation capacity of 480MW in Kaprun Valley state Salzburg, Austria.
The US$515 million project includes the following:
1. Installation of two reversible pumped turbines with a cpacity of 240MW each
2. Construction of pressure tunnels
3. Construction of powerhouses
4. Laying of 380kV transmission lines
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