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For our customers who own an electric car or an e-bike, we are happy to offer the service of charging their vehicle at our e-charging stations at the parking lot or on the mountain. We have the following stations:
Steinplatte Waidring valley station and in summer at the mountain huts Möseralm and Stallenalm as well as Kammerköralm
On our parking lot Steinplatte Waidring are 20 charging points with Type2 plug (4m cable, no socket), each with a delivery power up to 11KW with 100% green electricity from renewable energy. All charging points are equipped with a calibrated meter (MID).
The charging process can be paid and started by debit card, credit card (Visa, Mastercard) as well as Apple Pay, Google Pay at the charging terminal.
Please note that no charging cards of the various providers are accepted because we want to address with the payment via debit card, credit card as well as Apple Pay, Google Pay ALL e-car drivers regardless of their own charging card.
A voucher download is possible at any time and also afterwards with the code displayed on the charging terminal at the start of the charging process via: Charging Stations (echarging.info). The project was realized in cooperation with our partner Ecodrive!
Very new is also the e-car sharing - you want to stay mobile on vacation and explore the PillerseeTal with an e-car? Then you can use the service of the tourism association, municipality and Regiotech on site and explore the region with an E-car. The BMWi3 is available to our guests on loan for a small contribution towards expenses and can be reserved directly on site. In the online calendar, the available times are available around the clock. The E-car is stationed in Fieberbrunn and can also be received here after successful reservation Here's all the info.
Brand new is the e-car sharing - you want to stay mobile even on vacation and explore the PillerseeTal with an e-car? Then you can use the service of the tourism association, municipality and Regiotech on site and explore the region with an e-car. The BMWi3 is available to our guests on loan for a small contribution towards expenses and can be reserved directly on site. In the online calendar, the available times are available around the clock. The E-car is stationed in Fieberbrunn and can also be received here after successful reservation
Sustainability and environmentally friendly practices play an important role for us in winter sports. It is to preserve our breathtaking mountain world and protect it for future generations for future generations.
E-charging park and free ski bus service
A modern e-charging park offers environmentally conscious skiers the opportunity to charge their charge their electric vehicles sustainably. Free ski buses reduce traffic and therefore the environmental environmental impact and promote sustainable travel for guests.
100% green electricity
The Steinplatte ski area uses 100% green electricity from renewable energy sources for all facilities and the technical snowmaking system as well as the e-charging park, resulting in low CO2 emissions.
Environmentally friendly construction
We are aware that we have to treat our natural environment with great care. Building in harmony with nature is therefore very important to us. All our construction sites on the mountain are monitored and inspected by an independent ecological construction supervisor. In order to protect the environment in the best possible way, we pay attention to short transport routes, well-organized materials management and nature-oriented construction management. We take regional suppliers into account in all our construction projects and thus try to strengthen the local economy.
Protection of flora and fauna
By means of careful pasture management by our local farmers with minimal mowing and fertilization fertilization measures on the slopes in summer, the local flora and fauna are protected.
Water consumption and circular economy
We close the loop by using water of drinkable quality for technical snowmaking and returning it to nature naturally in the spring as the snow melts. This outstanding example of sustainable recycling management is implemented with the help of ultra-modern snow depth measurement in snow groomers, which enables efficient snow management and thus reduces our consumption of electricity, water and fuel.
We are proud of the fact that all our employees come from the immediate vicinity. They come to and from work in company-owned vehicles in car pools (some of which are already electric).
Ski tourism researcher Günther Aigner provides exciting insights into the topic of water and clarifies questions such as:
Do we need to save water in the Alps?
Is it true that water is becoming scarce in the Alps and that technical snowmaking is leading to water shortages?
How much water does technical snowmaking actually use?
Watch the exciting videos here:
Ski tourism & technical snowmaking I: Water shortage?
Ski tourism & technical snowmaking II: Water requirements
Ski tourism & technical snowmaking III: Saving water?
The most important findings of this research at a glance:
- With the precipitation of a single year in Waidring (Tyrol), the Steinplatte ski area (contiguous with Reit im Winkl / Bavaria) could be covered with snow for 573 years.
- The amount of water used for technical snowmaking is negligible compared to the natural water cycle in the Alps. In the video you will find two fascinating case studies.
- The water is not lost, but returns completely to the water cycle after the snow melts - including the water that evaporates and thus contributes to increasing the humidity in the atmosphere.