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  • Dravograd HPP is the First stage in the chain of Drava power plants on Slovenian territory. Construction began during the World War II, in 1941. It has three units and 26,2 MW of net capacity. More > x
  • Vuzenica HPP is the second generating stage of the Drava River chain. It is a pier-type power plant, utilising the 13,73 m available head, and can, with a net capacity of 55,6 MW, generate an annual total of 247 milion kWh of electricity. More > x
  • The beginnings of construction of Vuhred HPP reach back to 1952. It is the first of two levels that share the available head on the Drava River section between Vuzenica and Fala. More > x
  • Ožbalt HPP was built between 1957 and 1960 as a more efficient electrical power twin to the higher-lying Vuhred HPP. It utilises a 17,42 m available head and boasts a generation capacity of 305 million kWh of electricity annually. More > x
  • Fala HPP construction began in 1913 and this is the oldest power plant on the Slovenian section of the Drava River. Since its refurbishment at the end of the 1990s, it operates with three units allowing for the annual generation of 260 milion kWh of electricity. More > x
  • Mariborski otok HPP is the lowest lying plant in the Drava River chain, located just before Maribor and employing the energy potential of the river section from Fala HPP to the island in the Drava riverbed. More > x
  • The Melje Small HPP is inseparably connected with the operation of the Zlatoličje HPP. It is located on the dam structure in Melje. More > x
  • Formin HPP is the last plant in the Drava River chain and the second largest in terms of generated electric power, boasting the largest reservoir in the Slovenian section of the Drava River. More > x
  • Ceršak Small HPP is the first hydroelectric power plant on the Mura River and has been operating within the scope of Dravske elektrarne Maribor since 2005. More > x
  • Zlatoličje HPP is the first channel-type power plant in the country, producing more than a fifth of the elelctric power of DEM. It utilises the energy of the Drava River between the cities of Maribor and Ptuj, where river flows into a flat bed. More > x
  • The Formin PVPP is installed on the powerhouse roof and on the carport roof of the Formin HPP. More > x
  • The Zlatoličje Photovoltaic Park on the powerhouse roof of the Zlatoličje HPP is DEM's first photovoltaic power plant. More > x
  • The Ruše Small HPP is constructed on the Lobnica River at the location of an old power plant. More > x
  •  The Markovci Small HPP uses the prescribed discharge into the Drava River that used to be spilled over the gates of the Markovci dam before the Small HPP's construction. More > x
  • The photovoltaic power plant with total capacity of 40,5 kWp is located in the area of the Dravograd Hydro Power Plant. More > x
  • The photovoltaic power plant with total capacity of 25,5 kWp is located in the area of Mariborski Otok Hydro Power Plant. More > x
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