Stammham Run-of-River Plant

VERBUND's power plant at Stammham is a run-of-river plant situated on the river Inn, near Dachlwand and Innhorn hills by the Alz estuary.

Technical Description 

The Stammham power plant was constructed from 1953 to 1955, around 5 km downstream of the Alz estuary. It was constructed using the pancake construction method and three machine units are in operation in the power plant, which is located on the left-bank. The three Kaplan turbines are directly coupled with three three-phase generators. These generate a yearly average of around 136 GWh of electricity. The five weir locks, which are each 18 m wide and 8.5 m high, have been designed as roller gates with gates. A fish ladder is also currently being planned. 

Technical data:

Owner: VERBUND Innkraftwerke GmbH
Operating company: VERBUND Innkraftwerke GmbH
Beginning of operation: 1955
Type:  Run-of-river
Country, State: Germany, Bavaria
Waters: Inn
Capacity: 23.2 MW
Annual generation: 136,430 MWh
Turbines: Kaplan (3)
Fish bypass: in the planning process