Landl Run-of-River Power Plant

VERBUND's power plant at Landl is a run-of-river plant situated on the river Enns and between the towns of Kirchenlandl and Mooslandl in the municipality of Landl in Styria.

* Source: ENTSO-E Production 2017

The power plant was built between 1964 and 1967. On average, a Kaplan spiral turbine generates about 136 GWh of electricity per year and supplies the region with environmentally friendly electricity from 100% hydropower.

Turbines and generators: A vertically mounted Kaplan spiral turbine achieves a rated output of 25,000 kW at a nominal flow rate of 120 m³/sec. and a head of 21.35 metres. The directly coupled 28,000 kVA three-phase synchronous generator has a rated voltage of 10.5 kV.

Transformers: The generated energy is raised from 10.5 kV to 110 kV by a 28,000 kVA machine transformer in the main power plant. The electricity is conducted away via a 110 kV line to the switchgear of the Hieflau power plant. A 250 kVA transformer with rated voltages of 10.5 kV/400 V supplies the power plant with its own requirements.