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Zermeiggern Pumping Station

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The Zermeiggern pumping station is located in Saas Almagell, Canton of Valais in Switzerland. It was built from 1983 to 1987, annual production averaged 133.5 million KWH and has an installed capacity of 74MW. The water turbocharged here is from the Mattmark Dam, which is situated 459m above Zermeiggern.

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