Perpetual motion of life on the river
The roaring and quieting, the rising and falling of the water, just like life – in perpetual motion – an unceasing moving principle of the revitalisation of energy.
Where the water roars and where it ceases, sources of life can be found.
The damming of water on the Drava River, the biggest river in Slovenia in terms of its energy potential, allows for the use of captured power.
The newly created nesting islands for water birds and the developed embankments of the river and its lakes return back to the entire area its natural diversity of life. The generation of electric power, which in the past influenced and changed the life of the river, today represents a watercourse of natural coexistence. Renewable resources of energy will, through the well-deliberated management of the environment, remain available for many generations to come.