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Study of hydropower potential (installed total capacity: 2,750 MW) in two undeveloped valleys (Palas Valley and Spat Gah) in the North West Frontier Province (NWFP) of Pakistan. A total head of approx. 2000 m is to be made use of in cascades in both valleys, each with three stages. The upper and middle plants are projected as high-pressure storage power stations and the lower ones as high-pressure run-of-river power stations.
In addition to technical aspects, socio-economic and ecological aspects had also been taken into account. Initially, the Group prepared a desk study for the six hydropower stations. In the next step feasibility studies were elaborated for two selected hydropower stages.
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Water and Power Development Authority (WAPDA)
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VERBUND Hydro Power AG
Design and consulting services for a hydropower plant (pumped storage plant, installed capacity: 480 MW, head: 366 m, design flow: 144 m³/s) in Kaprun – Salzburg.
The two existing reservoirs, Wasserfallboden and Mooserboden with a volume of 81.2 and 84.9 million m³, shall be used for pumped storage operation. The cavern is equipped with 2 reversible pump-turbine units. The power generation of the pumped storage mode comes to approx. 1,300 million kWh/a. The two reservoirs are connected by a 5-km-long waterway. All plant components, with the exception of the access structures and the muck material storage areas, are located below ground. The power plant is fully automated and is monitored and remotely controlled from the control centre in Kaprun.
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