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Story: 06.12.2016

Alpiq wires first public hydrogen filling station in Switzerland

The opening of the Coop hydrogen filling station in early November 2016 – with a new hydrogen-powered lorry.

A Swiss premiere: the first public hydrogen filling station in the country is now open in Hunzenschwil in the canton of Aargau. Alpiq InTec was contracted by Coop to carry out the electrical installations which ensure that everything works perfectly at the environmentally friendly filling station.

News: 05.12.2016 16:00

Alpiq building technology for SwissFEL fulfils the highest demands

IS_Planung, SwissFEL, PSI

Lausanne – On 5 December 2016, the Paul Scherrer Institute (PSI) celebrated the official opening of Switzerland’s newest large-scale research facility, the X-ray laser SwissFEL. Alpiq played the lead role in the construction consortium and was responsible for the complex building technology. With this project, the company once again demonstrates ...

Story: 29.11.2016

New substation in Gösgen – with Alpiq EnerTrans as overall planner

Gösgen substation: completely renovated by Alpiq EnerTrans Ltd.

The regionally important yet outdated 220 kV substation in Gösgen needed to be replaced as soon as possible. On behalf of Swissgrid Ltd, Alpiq EnerTrans AG took over the planning and implementation as general planner – and recently completed the project after three years of construction.

News: 24.11.2016 09:00

Alpiq and Groupe E merge their charging networks for electric cars

MOVE - Ladestation Elektroautos

Zurich – As of 2017, Alpiq and Groupe E, together with their partners, will merge their charging networks for electric cars. This will offer customers access to more than 300 charging stations in Switzerland. The joint network, which will continue to be operated under the name MOVE, will be Switzerland’s largest public charging network.