Global transmission capacity was estimated to have reached 20,397,232MVA by the end of 2022 and is forecasted to grow to 28,341,693MVA by 2028. Austria had 79,935MVA of capacity in 2022 and this is expected to rise to 87,149MVA by 2028. Listed below are the five largest transmission projects by capacity in Austria, according to GlobalData’s power database. GlobalData uses proprietary data and analytics to provide a complete picture of the global transmission segment. Buy the latest transmission substation project profiles here.

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1. Bisamberg Substation

Bisamberg Substation is a 380kV substation located at Bisamberg, Lower Austria, Austria. The substation is planned and is expected to be commissioned in 2024. The Bisamberg Substation will be operated by Austrian Power Grid AG.

The designed voltage level of the substation is 380kV and the operating voltage level is 380kV. The step in voltage of the project is 380kV.

Bisamberg Substation is owned by Austrian Power Grid AG.

2. Bisamberg Substation – Upgrade – 380/110 kV

Bisamberg Substation – Upgrade – 380/110 kV is a 380/110kV substation located at Bisamberg, Lower Austria, Austria. The substation is planned and is expected to be commissioned in 2024. The Bisamberg Substation – Upgrade – 380/110 kV will be operated by Austrian Power Grid AG.

The designed voltage level of the substation is 380/110kV and the operating voltage level is 380/110kV. The step in voltage of the project is 380kV and the step out voltage is 110kV. Upon completion, the substation will be able to operate at 300MVA.

Bisamberg Substation – Upgrade – 380/110 kV is owned by Austrian Power Grid AG. Buy the profile here.

3. Matrei Substation

Matrei Substation is a 380/110kV substation located at Matrei, Tyrol, Austria. The substation is proposed and is expected to be commissioned in 2024. The Matrei Substation will be operated by TIWAG Network AG.

The designed voltage level of the substation is 380/110kV and the operating voltage level is 380/110kV. The step in voltage of the project is 380kV and the step out voltage is 110kV. Upon completion, the substation will be able to operate at 200MVA.

Matrei Substation is owned by TIWAG Network AG. Buy the profile here.

4. Staatsgrenze Substation

Staatsgrenze Substation is a 380/220kV substation located at Staatsgrenze, Staatsgrenze, Austria. The substation is planned and is expected to be commissioned in 2024. The Staatsgrenze Substation will be operated by Austrian Power Grid AG.

The designed voltage level of the substation is 380/220kV and the operating voltage level is 380/220kV. The step in voltage of the project is 380kV and the step out voltage is 220kV. Upon completion, the substation will be able to operate at 600MVA.

Staatsgrenze Substation is owned by Austrian Power Grid AG.

5. Wien Sudost Substation

Wien Sudost Substation is a 380kV substation located at Wien Sudost, Vienna, Austria. The substation is planned and is expected to be commissioned in 2025. The Wien Sudost Substation will be operated by Austrian Power Grid AG.

The designed voltage level of the substation is 380kV and the operating voltage level is 380kV. The step in voltage of the project is 380kV.

Wien Sudost Substation is owned by Austrian Power Grid AG.

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