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Gösgen

Gösgen

KKW Gösgen

A pressurised water reactor in the Gösgen nuclear power plant releases energy, which is headed and evaporated in a separate water cycle, generating steam to spin the turbines. The power station covers around 15 percent of Swiss electricity needs. Over the years the volume of electricity produced has increased by almost one fifth.How is electricity ...

Gösgen

Wasserkraftwerk Gösgen

Built in 1917, the Gösgen power station has an annual output of around 300 GWh and is one of the largest run-of-river power plants on the river Aare. Between 1997 and 2000 the power station was completely rebuilt and now produces twelve percent more electricity with the same flow of water.