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Transmission Line Mettlen–Gösgen

Replacement of a 220/150-kV-line in Switzerland

Description of project:

Transport of electric power in Switzerland leads mostly across the Alps on transmission lines which belong to Atel.

The electric power network in Switzerland is being successive­ly upgraded to 400 kV. ÅF has begun 1985 with the detailed design for the 400-kV-line Mettlen–Gös­gen. This line replaces a 220/150-kV-line which has also been desi­gned and constructed by ÅF in the fifties. It connects the NPP Gösgen with Mettlen, one of the most important switchyards in Switzerland and represents part of the backbone of north - south electric energy transportation across the Alps. Total len­gth of the line: 43 km.

ÅF's services:

  • Project Management
  • Study of the line route alternatives
  • Preliminary and detailed project design
  • Detailed design and computation of steel to­wers and founda­tions
  • Cost estimate
  • Specification of materials
  • Tendering
  • Site management and site supervision
  • Commissioning

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