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EnBW Kraftwerke AG is planning to undertake the construction of the Atdorf pumped storage power plant with a capacity of 1,400 MW in Bad Säckingen, Baden-Württemberg, Germany.
The project involves the construction of a reservoir 2,625m long and with a height of 75m, an 8km long tunnel with a diameter of 9.5m, two pools with a storage capacity of 9 million cubic meters each, a 25km long underground structure, powerhouses, substations and the installation of transformers and generators.
RWE Power AG signed an agreement on the withdrawal from the joint-venture in the second quarter of 2014.
EnBW Kraftwerke AG will continue the project and is in the process of obtaining initial planning approvals.
On January 9, 2017, public consultation activities will be commenced, and the planning approval is expected in early 2018.
The construction work is delayed due to zoning procedure.
The construction work is scheduled to commence in the first quarter of 2020 and the power plant will be completed by 2023.
The project involves the construction of a pumped storage power plant with a capacity of 1,400MW in the canton of Uri, Switzerland.
The US$2,223 million project includes the following:
1. Construction of a reservoir with 2,625m long and 75m height
2. Construction of a 8km long tunnel with a diameter of 9.5m
3. Construction of two pools with storage capacity of 9 million cubic meter each
4. Construction of a 25km long underground structure