Rosenheim Run-of-River Power Plant

VERBUND's Inn power plant at Rosenheim is a run-of-river plant situated on the river Inn in the midst of the Rosenheim basin. The Inn power plant is in the municipality of Rohrdorf near Rosenheim in Upper Bavaria.

Man in the kitchen

40.108 households 

supplies the Rosenheim power plant

Environmentally friendly

133.980 avoided
tonnes of CO2*

With an output of 35 MW, the power plant is able to supply almost all households in the nearby town of Rosenheim with 100% green electricity.
VERBUND protects not only the ecological conditions at the power plants but also residents in the immediate vicinity. Backwater dams along the left bank of the Grießenbach as well as on both sides of the Litzldorfer Bach and the Mooseckerbach protect the residents around the Rosenheim power plant from flooding. Pumping stations such as those at Grießenbach, Reischenhart and Thalreut also drain the neighbouring communities of Reischenhart and Kirchdorf.

* Source: ENTSO-E Production 2017
 

Image from the Location

Owner Ennskraftwerke AG
Operator Ennskraftwerke AG
Commissioning 1953
Type Run-of-river power plant
Country Austria
Region Upper Austria
Waters Enns
Output 34 MW
Annual output 145,500 MWh
Turbine Kaplan
Connectivity No fish bypass
Fish bypass

Technical description

The Rosenheim power plant on the Inn was built between 1957 and 1960 by Innwerk AG as a bayside power plant in the typical flat construction found on the Inn.
It consists of a three-field weir system, the powerhouse with 3 sets of machinery and a 110 kV outdoor switchgear. Each of the three machine sets consists of a Kaplan turbine with vertical shaft and a shield generator.   Together, they have a total bottleneck capacity of 35.1 MW. The electricity generated is fed into the grid via a 110 kV outdoor switchgear.
Hydro consulting from VERBUND