380 kV German line - 380-kV-Deutschlandleitung
Substation of the 380 kV Germany line
The 380 kV Germany line is a planned cross-border replacement of power lines between the Altheim substation in Germany and St. Peter am Hart in Austria. The project replaces the existing 220 kV lines of the Reichsammelschiene in these sections .
The project is intended to enable the exchange of energy between the Austrian Alpine hydropower plants and the North German wind farms, as the current line is being operated at its capacity limit.
Since the masts of the line are statically not designed for operation with 380 kV, a complete new line is necessary in the existing road. The 256A mast shortly before crossing the Inn is also the lowest mast in the operator's high and extra-high voltage network with a height of 21.7 m. 
The project is in the sections
- Altheim – Adlkofen,
- Adlkofen - Matzenhof and
- Simbach - St. Peter (state border)
- TenneT: project description
- Austrian Power Grid: 380-kV-Deutschlandleitung
- Government of Lower Bavaria: Plan approval procedure
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