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Story: 21.09.2016

Swiss National Museum: Alpiq InTec ensures security and excellent climate control

National Museum Zurich: Switzerlands most frequently visited museum of cultural history.

At the end of July 2016, the Swiss National Museum in Zurich celebrated the opening of their impressive new building extension. Alpiq InTec was instrumental in the successful completion of this project, delivering contemporary building security systems and energy-efficient climate control installations.

Story: 19.09.2016

“Today’s apprentices are the future of our company. And some of them are even gold medallists!”

Sheer concentration: Bruno Walther fully focused on soldering and bending.

An apprenticeship at Alpiq InTec offers a number of benefits – and sometimes even a gold medal. Bruno Walther, an apprentice refrigeration system fitter working towards his Federal proficiency certificate, took first place at this year’s Swiss Skills. By the way: we are looking for 160 aspiring gold medallists to begin apprenticeships in 2017.

Story: 31.08.2016

Alpiq EnerTrans has completed the expansion of the substation in Veytaux

Extended substation in Veytaux: developed by Alpiq EnerTrans.

A pumped storage power plant belonging to FMHL has been expanded and has now doubled its potential capacity. The existing 220 kV substation in Veytaux in the canton of Vaud therefore had to be renovated and expanded. On behalf of Swissgrid, Alpiq EnerTrans planned and implemented the entire five-year project from A to Z.

News: 26.08.2016 07:00

Alpiq reports solid operating performance in demanding environment

Half-Year Results 2016

Lausanne – In the first half of 2016, the Alpiq Group defended its position in a difficult market environment with a solid operating performance. Due to lower wholesale prices, net revenue (CHF 3.0 billion) is down on the previous year as expected (2015: CHF 3.3 billion). EBITDA before exceptional items increased to CHF 239 million (2015: CHF 234 ...