Salzburg AG - Salzburg AG

Salzburg AG for energy, traffic and telecommunications

Logo
legal form Aktiengesellschaft
founding 2000
Seat Salzburg , Bayerhamerstraße 16 [1]
Number of employees 2.062 (2016)[2]
sales 1,060.3 million Euros (2016) [2]
Branch Infrastructure service providers (energy, water, telecommunications, transport)
Website www.salzburg-ag.at

The Salzburg AG for energy, transport and telecommunications is an energy - and infrastructure provider with headquarters in the state capital Salzburg in Austria and supplies throughout the province of Salzburg and adjoining Upper Austria currently has about 433,000 electricity customers plants. [2]

history

Share for 100 RM in the Salzburger AG für Elektrizitätswirtschaft from June 1940

Salzburg AG emerged from two companies, infrastructure providers for the city and the state of Salzburg. [3]

The city ​​of Salzburg's energy supply company was founded in 1887 as the municipal electricity company. In 1950 these were merged with the municipal transport company of Salzburg, founded in 1940, to form the new company Salzburger Stadtwerke . At that time, they operated the business fields of traffic , electricity , gas and water supply and in the same year built the first district heating system in the state for the Salzburg state hospitals. In 1997, the Salzburger Stadtwerke entered the Internet as a provider - and in 1998 into the telecommunications business one.

The Salzburger AG für Energiewirtschaft (SAFE) was founded in 1920 as a state electricity supply company, and until 1980 mainly operated the power supply for the state. In 1980 the natural gas and cable TV business areas were added; In 1989, the company set up a district heating network in the city of Hallein . In 1996 SAFE offered telecommunications services for the first time and in 1997 also entered the Internet business as a provider.

In 1999, the first merger talks between the municipal utilities and the competitor SAFE began. On September 15, 2000, the merger of the two service providers with Salzburg AG finally resulted in a new company in the energy industry, which has since been a leader in the state of Salzburg.

In the following 15 years, the company invested more than 2 billion euros, making it one of the engines of the regional economy. Investments of 150 million euros are planned for 2016. [4]

Ownership

The ownership structure is divided between the State of Salzburg (42.56%), the City of Salzburg (31.31%) and Energie AG Oberösterreich Service- und Beteiligungsverwaltungs-GmbH (26.13%). [5]

Areas of activity

Directorate of Salzburg AG in Salzburg- Schallmoos

Energy and water

Today, the company supplies the entire state of Salzburg with around 13,700 GWh of electricity , 11,110 GWh of natural gas , 930 GWh of district heating and the city of Salzburg as a water supplier with 11.6 million m 3 of drinking and industrial water (as of December 2016). [5] Salzburg AG operates the fossil-fired district heating plants AG FHW Mitte Salzburg , FHW Nord Salzburg , HW Elsbethen in the Rainerkaserne (HW Salzburg Süd closed in 2007) [6]and that of the Salzburg State Hospital . More than 200,000 t of CO 2 are emitted each year. [7] [8] In December 2011, the third largest district heating storage facility in Europe was put into operation at the northern heating plant. It is 45 m high and has a useful volume of 30,000 m 3 of hot water. [9] In addition, it also operates the heating plants in Hallein , Wals-Siezenheim (integrated into the district heating network of Salzburg City since 2007) and several smaller heating plants in isolated operation (Bruck, Bramberg, Radstadt, Saalfelden, Abtenau, Altenmarkt, Wald, Fusch) , some of which are biomass power plants . [6]

Hydropower plants

[10] Sohlstufe Lehen power station

Salzburg AG operates 28 hydropower plants in the entire state of Salzburg (as of 2017). [11] The list specifies the name of the power plant, possibly the location (municipal area), water bodies used, bottleneck capacity and the year of commissioning or expansion.

List of hydropower plants in the state of Salzburg

Power plant group Flachgau / Tennengau: [12]

  • Eichetmühle power plant, Almkanal (154 kW, built 1899)
  • Hammer power plant, Alm-Mühlbachkanal (125 kVA, built 1919)
    Open weir at the Hammer power plant
  • Gamp power plant, Salzach near Hallein (8.58 MW, commissioning 2007)
  • Wiestal power plant, Wiestal reservoir, Mörtelbach, Schwarzaubach (28 MW, 1913–1939, 1977)
  • Strubklamm power plant, Hintersee , Strubklamm reservoir (15 MW, built 1924/1983)
  • Rott power plant, Saalach on the border with Bavaria (5 MW, newly built in 2004)
  • Urstein power plant, Gde.Puch near Hallein , Salzach, Königsseeache (22.7 MW, commissioning 1971)
  • Sohlstufe Hallein power plant , Salzach, Almbach (11.7 MW, commissioning 1987)
  • Sohlstufe Lehen power plant , City of Salzburg (13.7 MW, commissioning 2013)

Oberpinzgau power plant group: [13]

  • Wald power plant ( Wald im Pinzgau ), Krimmler Ache (23.5 MW, commissioning 1987)
  • Trattenbach power plant ( Wald im Pinzgau ), Trattenbach and Tortalbach (4.97 MW, commissioning 2005)
  • Hollersbach , Hollersbach and Bürgerbach power plants (1.32 MW, commissioning 1949)

Mitterpinzgau power plant group: [14]

Joint power plants Mittlere Salzach: [15] For these joint power plants, Verbund AG took over the planning and construction, while Salzburg AG is in charge of operations.

Lungau power plant group : [16]

  • Murfall power plant (municipality of Muhr ), body of water: Mur (780 kW, commissioned 1922/49)
  • Rotgülden power plant, Obere Mur (4.7 MW, commissioning 1956/68)
  • Zederhaus power plant , waters: Schliereralm reservoir, ten mountain streams in two additional lines (10 MW, commissioning 1984)
  • Hintermuhr power plant (municipality of Muhr) Waters: Rotgüldensee , Öllschützen, Mur, Muritzen and Altenbergbach ( cavern power plant and pumped storage , 108 MW, commissioning 1991, expansion from 2008) [17]

Power plants in the Gastein Valley :

  • Nassfeld power plant, Naßfelder Ache (pumped storage, 31.5 MW, commissioning 1982) [18]
  • Böckstein power plant, Bad Gastein / Böckstein district : Naßfelder Ache (day storage, 44.5 MW, commissioned in 1981) [19]
  • Remsach power plant, Bad Gastein / Remsach district: Anlaufbach and Angerbach (day storage, 30.9 MW, commissioning 1995) [20]

IT services

In addition, Salzburg AG is anchored in the telecommunications , cable TV and Internet activities as a network operator and provider . The brand is CableLink . [21]

traffic

Transportation

Logo of the rail transport division, valid until 2012
Logo of the entire transport division, valid from 2012 to 2016
Logo of the Salzburg local railway introduced in spring 2016
Logo of the Pinzgauer local railway introduced in spring 2016
Logo of the trolleybus introduced in spring 2016
A Salzburg AG railcar at the Pabing am Haunsberg stop
Logo of the trolleybus used until 2012
A trolleybus from Salzburg AG in Liefering

In public transport , Salzburg AG took over from its predecessor companies, the railway line Salzburg Lamprechtshausen , the railway Bürmoos-Ostermiething , the funicular to the fortress , the trolleybus Salzburg (ten lines), the 1890 opened Mönchsbergaufzug and municipal bus services . This makes it the largest operator of local public transport in the state capital. All means of transport of the Salzburg AG are in the Salzburger Verkehrsverbund(SVV) integrated. With the routes to Lamprechtshausen (S1) and Bürmoos (S11), Salzburg AG also operates two of five lines of the Salzburg S-Bahn .

The rail traffic of Salzburg AG has been marketed under the traditional name Salzburger Lokalbahn ( SLB ) since it was founded in 2000 . The trolleybus and bus traffic, however, occurs under the marketing name Obus Salzburg .

As part of a restructuring of the urban bus traffic in Salzburg, Salzburg AG took over 49 percent of the private bus company Albus Salzburg Verkehrsbetrieb in 2005 . In return, the last two bus routes of Salzburg AG, routes 15 and 27, including all buses that were in existence at the time, were handed over to Albus in order to be able to exploit potential synergies . Since then, Salzburg AG has been one of the few transport companies in the world to operate trolleybuses but not buses.

In March 2006, Salzburg AG also took over the operation of the Schafbergbahn and Wolfgangsee shipping from the Austrian Federal Railways (ÖBB) and incorporated them into the newly founded Salzkammergutbahn GmbH . [22] In July 2008, Salzburg AG also took over operations on the narrow-gauge Pinzgauer local railway acquired by the State of Salzburg ; it originally also belonged to the ÖBB.

Since 2009, Salzburg AG and Länderbahn have been part of a consortium called Berchtesgadener Land Bahn (BLB), which has been operating the S 4 S-Bahn line on the Freilassing – Berchtesgaden line, which is located entirely in Germany, since December 2009 . [23] This cooperation is the result of a 2006 invitation to tender, from which the bidding consortium emerged as the winner.

Finally, the Salzburg AG took over in mid-June 2010 at the Salzburg Open Air Museum in Großgmain operation of there newly created Museum Feldbahn Großgmain . In 2016, Salzburg AG carried a total of 50.5 million passengers in its means of transport. [24]

In 2012 the brand names changed again, the transport division operated under the uniform umbrella brand Salzburger Lokalbahnen from that point on , the trolleybus was henceforth called TrolleybusSLB . [25] In the spring of 2016, however, this concept was changed again and all areas (Salzburger Lokalbahn (S1, S11), Pinzgauer Lokalbahn, trolleybus, Wolfgangseeschifffahrt / Schafbergbahn) have always been listed under their own name with the addition of Salzburg AG .

On December 12, 2014, the 2.8 km extension of the local railway line from Trimmelkam to Ostermiething, which has a catchment area of ​​15,000 inhabitants, was opened. [26] As a rule, an S11 railcar commutes between Bürmoos and Ostermiething, and trains to Salzburg are connected during rush hour. The travel time from Ostermiething to Salzburg Lokalbahnhof is 60 minutes with a change in Bürmoos, and 45 minutes with the express trains without changing trains.

Freight transport

In addition to the freight traffic on its main routes to Lamprechtshausen and Trimmelkam as well as on the connecting route between Salzburg Hauptbahnhof and Salzburg Itzling , Salzburg AG has also been responsible for operating the Stieglbahn , a connecting railway in the city area named after the Stiegl brewery , from the start . The basis for this is a lease agreement from the times of the Salzburg Railway and Tramway Company (SETG). [27] The company has also been operating the Halleiner Schleppbahn since May 2, 2002 . [28]

Soon after it was founded, the company began to expand outside of its regular routes in the Salzburg region. As a result of the liberalization of rail transport, the company's freight trains also run on the network of the Austrian Federal Railways (ÖBB) and the German DB Netz AG . They also come to Buchs in Switzerland , Tarvis in Italy and Jesenice in Slovenia . [29]

Weblinks

Commons : Salzburg AG - Collection of images, videos and audio files

Individual evidence

  1. [1], salzburg-ag.at
  2. a b c Annual Report 2016 (PDF 604 KB) Salzburg AG, p. 2 , accessed on April 21, 2017 .
  3. Status & History , salzburg-ag.at
  4. ^ Julian Höhner: High investments . (on hlk.co.at).
  5. a b Imprint Salzburg AG for Energy, Transport & Telecommunications. In: Salzburg AG for Energy, Transport & Telecommunications. Salzburg GA, accessed on November 29, 2016 .
  6. ^ A b Salzburg AG for energy, traffic and telecommunications: thermal power stations and heating stations - heat and electricity. Folder, undated ( pdf , salzburg-ag.at)
  7. ECRA register FHKW Mitte ( page no longer available , search in web archives )@1@2Vorlage:Toter Link/register.ecra.at Info: The link was automatically marked as defective. Please check the link according to the instructions and then remove this notice. , accessed October 26, 2010.
  8. ECRA register FHKW Nord ( page no longer available , search in web archives )@1@2Vorlage:Toter Link/register.ecra.at Info: The link was automatically marked as defective. Please check the link according to the instructions and then remove this notice. , accessed October 26, 2010.
  9. Huge water boiler goes online. News from ORF Salzburg online from December 9, 2012
  10. ^ Salzburg AG: floor level fiefdom. Salzburg AG, November 29, 2016, accessed on November 29, 2016 .
  11. Our power plants - origin - Salzburg AG for energy, traffic & telecommunications. Retrieved February 8, 2017 .
  12. Information folder on the Flachgau / Tennengau power plants of Salzburg AG (PDF, accessed on May 28, 2012)
  13. Information folder about the power plants in the Oberpinzgau of Salzburg AG (PDF, accessed on May 28, 2012)
  14. Information folder about the power plants in Mitterpinzgau of Salzburg AG (PDF, accessed on May 28, 2012)
  15. Information folder about the joint power plants of Salzburg AG and Verbunf Hydro Power AG (PDF, accessed on May 28, 2012)
  16. Information folder about the power plants in Lungau of Salzburg AG (PDF, accessed on June 2, 2012)
  17. ^ New Hintermuhr power plant opened , report in ORF-Salzburg from April 11, 2012
  18. Description of KW Nassfeld on the company website ( Memento of the original from August 17, 2013 in the Internet Archive ) Info: The archive link was inserted automatically and has not yet been checked. Please check the original and archive link according to the instructions and then remove this notice.@1@2Vorlage:Webachiv/IABot/www.salzburg-ag.at
  19. Description of the Böckstein power station on the company website ( Memento of the original from August 17, 2013 in the Internet Archive ) Info: The archive link was inserted automatically and has not yet been checked. Please check the original and archive link according to the instructions and then remove this notice.@1@2Vorlage:Webachiv/IABot/www.salzburg-ag.at
  20. Description of the Remsach power station on the company website ( Memento of the original from August 17, 2013 in the Internet Archive ) Info: The archive link was inserted automatically and has not yet been checked. Please check the original and archive link according to the instructions and then remove this notice.@1@2Vorlage:Webachiv/IABot/www.salzburg-ag.at
  21. https://www.salzburg-ag.at/cablelink/ , also cablelink.at
  22. Participations & Daughters , salzburg-ag.at
  23. Information on the Berchtesgadener LandBahn homepage ( Memento of the original from March 14, 2010 in the Internet Archive ) Info: The archive link was inserted automatically and has not yet been checked. Please check the original and archive link according to the instructions and then remove this notice.@1@2Vorlage:Webachiv/IABot/www.blb.info
  24. Annual Report 2016 (PDF 604 KB) Salzburg AG, p. 8 , accessed on April 21, 2017 .
  25. ^ Salzburger Lokalbahnen: new generation of trolleybuses, new brand ( Memento of May 27, 2012 in the Internet Archive ), message of May 22, 2012.
  26. From December 14th, 2014: Salzburger Lokalbahn runs to Ostermiething ( Memento of the original from March 19, 2015 in the Internet Archive ) Info: The archive link was inserted automatically and has not yet been checked. Please check the original and archive link according to the instructions and then remove this notice. Salzburg AG press release of December 12, 2014, accessed on January 26, 2015@1@2Vorlage:Webachiv/IABot/www.salzburg-ag.at
  27. The Stieglbahn at www.regionale-schienen.at , accessed on March 18, 2012.
  28. ^ The Halleiner Schleppbahn at www.regionale-schienen.at , accessed on March 18, 2012.
  29. Salzburg Local Railway - regional and international freight transport