Chievolis hydroelectric power plant (PN) The five facilities are part of an impressive work of hydraulic engineering, and they harness the power of the waters of the Meduna stream and its tributaries, which flow back at the Tauriano hydraulic irrigation junction, after being turbined in the Istrago power plant. Tauriano feeds the flood irrigation canal network, as well as powering more hydroelectric power plants belonging to other producers. By jointly operating the five facilities, Edison can optimise the production of electricity while ensuring respect of the environment. La centrale idroelettrica in 3D La centrale idroelettrica in 3D Main features Località Chievolis, 33090 Tramonti di Sopra (PN) OPERATING SINCE 1963 INSTALLED CAPACITY 20 MW AVERAGE PRODUCTION 32,33 GWh TYPE OF FACILITY The facility The Chievolis facility is part of the Val Meduna chain of hydroelectric power plants, involving the municipalities of Tramonti di Sopra (PN), Tramonti di Sotto (PN), Frisanco (PN), Meduno (PN), Cavasso Nuovo (PN), Sequals (PN), Arba (PN), and Spilimbergo (PN). The Val Meduna chain of hydroelectric power plants includes the facilities called Valina, Chievolis, Meduno, Colle, and Istrago, using the waters of the Meduna stream and its tributaries. DETAILS Type of facility: impoundment facility, seasonal regulation Waters used: Silisia stream Ca’Selva dam location: Località Chievolis, 33090 Tramonti di Sopra (PN) Staff and operation control Operating staff The operating staff is the staff attending to the Meduno facility, while the Chievolis facility is operated from the control panel room of the Meduno facility. Operation control and data transmission The Ca' Selva dam is under 24/7 surveillance from staff working on shifts.