DJAG/Verbund – Riedl Hydroelectric Power Plant 300 MW – Upper Austria - Project Profile
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Verbund-Austrian Hydro Power AG (Verbund) and Donaukraftwerk Jochenstein AG (DJAG) are jointly undertaking the construction of hydroelectric power plant at Donauhangen in Riedl, Upper Austria.
The project involves the construction of a hydroelectric power plant with a capacity of 300MW on 24ha of area. It also includes the construction of river diversion works, a dam, an intake, silt-flushing tunnels, head-race tunnels, surge shafts, pressure shafts and penstock, valve house, powerhouses, switchyards, installation of two pump turbines with a capacity of 150MW each, transformer, radial gates, and gates and hoisting arrangements for intake bulkhead, desalting chamber, silt-flushing, surge shaft, tailrace channel, and the laying of transmission lines.
In September 2016 the Passau City council rejected the project due to environmental impact.
Planning and consultation activities are underway.
The project involves construction of hydroelectric power plant with a capacity of a 300MW on a 20ha area in Upper Austria and Bavaria.
The US$438 million project includes the following:
1. Installation of two pump turbines with a capacity of 150 MW each