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Picture: Lechwerke AG In front of the ODK Kraftwerk Oberelchingen, which is operated by the Bavarian Elektrizitätswerke, the Danube is 250 meters wide. Within the pilot project INADAR, the dam in Elchingen will be improved in terms of ecology on a length of 500 meters, ,.The initiative s co-funded by the European Union. The result
Picture: Peter Wieser The Danube barrage at Offingen: The BEW plan to rehabilitate the dams in an ecological way on a pilot line with a length of 500 meters. There will be no impact on the alluvial forest beyond the dam. Pilot sites for dam restoration will be built at the barrages of Oberelchingen and
Picture: MDE At 4 small pilot lines near Günzburg visitors can already experience the design and the environmental impact of the project. A river confined by concrete and earth, whose repellent shores are neither accessible nor usable for fishers and walkers – that’s the current situation of the Danube at the power plant Elchingen. But
INADAR project manager Ralf Klocke (first from left) with representatives of EASME and NEEMO The official launch of the LIFE+ – projects, related to the protection of water in Europe, already took place in Lisbon in November. The aim of the meeting was to promote the exchange of ideas and experiences between the projects and
In the area of the barrage Günzburg already three small test sites exist. There the basic concept for the INADAR project was examined. The project partners of UIBK and the VGB were invited to get an overview of the eco-berms and the environmental measures on the spot. In addition, the areas of the barrages in
The stakeholders in the Danube region, in which the INADAR project will be implemented, as well as representatives of the Bavarian Ministry for Environment and Consumer Protection met in Leipheim, to learn more about the project. Participants were invited to join the project actively and to contribute with their specific know-how in the implementation. The