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Everything for a livable region!
Stadtwerke Landshut stands for a livable Landshut and a strong region. We reliably supply citizens with electricity, natural gas, water or district heating. Our city and school bus lines, multi-storey car parks, city baths and sanitation also make the lives of all residents more enjoyable. The Euros that our customers spend on energy at Stadtwerke Landshut are invested in local infrastructure in the region.
We are there for our customers when they need usn, In summer and in winter, by day and by night.
Details about the company
- Stadtwerke Landshut is a municipal owned company of the City of Landshut.
- Vorsitzender des Werksenates: Zweiter Bürgermeister Dr. Thomas Haslinger
- Werkleiter: Jürgen Baron
- Bayerngas GmbH, Munich
- Bürgerenergie Isar eG, Landshut
- Energieallianz Bayern GmbH & Co. KG (EAB), Hallbergmoos
- Energy supply Ergolding-Essenbach GmbH (EVE), Ergolding
- Cooperation company Ostbayer. Utilities, Landshut
- Landshut Windparkgesellschaft mbH & Co. KG, Landshut
- 1. Landshut wind farm management mbH, Landshut
- Plattform Energie GmbH
- Solarenergie Bayern GmbH & Co. KG
- Windpark Adorf GmbH & Co. KG, Adorf
- Windpark Wadern-Wenzelstein GmbH & Co. KG
- Zweckverband Thermal sewage sludge utilization
- Zweckverband Wasserversorgung Isar-Vils
Stadtwerke Landshut had their origin in 1858 in the founding of the "Gasfabrik", which made it possible to illuminate the streets and many private houses throughout the entire city. Over time, additional business fields were added:
The headquarters of Stadtwerke is located since 1981 at the Christoph-Dorner-Straße. Around half of the entire Stadtwerke workforce works there. The site consists of three building complexes, the main building (administrative building), the company building and the social building. In front of the Stadtwerke there had been a diesel power plant on the site. The customer center moved to the Old Town in 2013.
Christoph-Dorner-Straße 9, 84028 Landshut
Line 7: Stadtwerke
Monday - Thursday 08:00 - 16:00
Friday 08:00 - 13:00
Hinweis: Das Gebäude ist abgeschlossen.
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In our customer center Altstadt 74 you will receive competent and personal advice on the diverse range of Stadtwerke right in the heart of the city center. Even in the electronic age, there are issues that can be better clarified in a personal conversation. Due to its central location, a city tour without additional ways can be quickly and easily combined with a visit to the municipal utilities. Our energy and environmental consultant is also there. The Customer Center is open for you six days a week.
Note: The customer center is located in the pedestrian zone. Deliveries are only possible until 10:00 clock.
Old Town 74, 84028 Landshut
Lines 2, 3, 5, 6, 7, 9, 12, 14: old town
Lines 1, 4, 10: Ländtorplatz
Monday - Friday 09:00 - 18:00
Saturday 09:00 - 13:00
The information point city bus at the main station is an additional service for bus passengers. Of course you also get bus tickets here. From 6:30 am to 9:00 am, from Monday to Friday, customers will receive regular bus tickets in addition to timetable information on the LAVV or rate zone 100 (Stadtwerke Line Network).
03/2020 Kundenmagazin NetzWerk: 35 Jahre Omnibusbahnhof am Hauptbahnhof
Bahnhofsplatz, 84032 Landshut
Lines 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 8, 9, 11: Central Station
Monday - Friday 06:30 - 09:00
The depot of the public transport company Stadtwerke Landshut in the city east has been the hub of urban public transport since 1960. On the site are several vehicle halls with a capacity of around 60 buses, a laundry hall, the workshop and an office building. Around 130 people work for the transport operation.
Schulstrasse 1, 84036 Landshut
Line 3: fair Park
Apr. - Oct .:
Monday - Friday 07:00 - 18:00
Nov. - Mar .:
Monday - Friday 07:00 - 19:00
Opening hours workshop:
Monday - Thursday 07:00 - 16:00
Friday 07:00 - 13:00
Parking garage operators are the Stadtwerke since 1984. At that time the Parking garage center completed on the Badstraße on the mill island. In the years 2011/12 the car park received a basic rejuvenation. That came in 1988 Car park An der Freyung at the Gestütstraße. Further information about the Stadtwerke as parking garage operator.
Parking garage Old Town / Center, Badstraße 1, 84028 Landshut
Parking garage An der Freyung, Gestütstraße 1, 84028 Landshut
The city bath is known in Landshut also under "swimming school". The name comes from the Bavarian military stationed in Landshut. From 1823, the soldiers had to complete a swim training, which is why Landshut first got a hunter and then a Kürassierschwimmschule. In 1866 the city built its own swimming school. Since then, the city bath has undergone several modifications, such as in 1909 and 1955, when the swimming school expanded and therefore the Klötzlmühlbach was missed by a blasting explosive powder a new bed. After the Second World War, the occupation forces had meanwhile discovered the area for themselves and excluded the citizens. The Landshut had to make do with the Isar until May 1949. Since the 1960s, the bathroom has been continuously expanded, enlarged and improved to provide the citizens always a contemporary recreational area. A major milestone in 1971 was the construction of the indoor pool. In 1983, the company was transferred from the city of Landshut to the Stadtwerke. The next big conversion step is with the planned new construction of the indoor pool even before.
To the city bath
Dammstraße 24, 84028 Landshut
Line 4: Stadtbad
Lines 1 and 2: city Park
The Landshut tap water is mainly obtained in the water protection area around the conveyor system Siebensee. Four wells promote the groundwater. A sand filter collects even the finest sand particles from the extracted groundwater, and then a UV system uses artificially generated light to protect against possible microbiological contamination, without any chemicals. The water quality is regularly excellent. Two deep wells in Schlossberg with water treatment are also available as a reserve.
Stadtwerke Landshut currently supplies around two million cubic meters of drinking water a year via its 322 kilometers of branched pipeline network to around 14,700 water meters in the city. Even in an emergency, the water supply of citizens is secured. The elevated tank at Birkenberg stores 16 million liters of water and is constantly emptied and filled. For example, the city of Landshut could be supplied with fresh water for at least one day in the event of a state of emergency.
2017: Good well water was not taken for granted for a long time
2017: At the Schlossberg the central water supply began
2017: Water worries after the war required well construction
2017: From the sense of municipal water supply
There are two elevated tanks in Landshut for water supply. A water reservoir on Annaberg from 1887 supports the high water tank on the Birkenberg. This was put into operation in 1968 and renovated in 2012/2013. In two basins, a total of 16,000 cubic meters of water can be stored. The container is in regular operation, in short summary, the accumulated water to the city from, if just needed more than from Siebensee is promoted. The continuous run guarantees that the water in the store has been renewed every two days. The water reservoir on the Annaberg has a capacity of 1,500 cubic meters of water.
2018: High water tanks in operation since 50 years
The sewage treatment plant Landshut was commissioned on 21.11.1989 as a two-stage activation plant. It makes a valuable contribution to protecting the environment by mechanically, biologically and chemically purifying the daily wastewater in the disposal area and returning it to the natural water cycle. All procedural processes are monitored and controlled by highly qualified specialist personnel supported by modern process control technology.
Every day up to 30 million liters of wastewater from the city of Landshut and from the communities Ergolding, Altdorf, Furth (district Arth) and Kumhausen be cleaned. This corresponds approximately to the content of about 2,000 road tankers. In rainy weather it is correspondingly more.
Design capacity: 260,000 population equivalents
Inlet quantity in dry weather: 30 million liters per day
Inlet quantity in rainy weather: 120 million liters per day
Cleaning performance in the summer months: 98-99 %
Cleaning performance in the winter months: about 97%
Power requirements: 6.3 million kWh of electricity per year
Dirnau 2, 84036 Landshut
Line 14: Dirnau
Montag – Donnerstag 07:00 – 15:45 Uhr
Friday 07:00 - 13:00
The stoves of the power plant, which was built in 1969 between the districts of Schönbrunn and Auloh, burnt exclusively garbage from 1971 until the end of 2011. In 2012, the plant was partially dismantled and converted with kiln line 3 as the centerpiece of the biomass cogeneration plant. The kiln now burns biomass and uses steam in two turbines and generators to generate regenerative electricity (up to 16 million kWh / year) and provides comforting heat recovery warmth for the district heating customers. By means of this efficient combined heat and power technology, BMHKW can supply about 4,500 households per year with eco-friendly electricity and up to 4,700 households with environmentally friendly heat (about 60 million kWh / year).
The stove of the BMHKW burns exclusively woody greenery. The material comes from landscape conservation and does not require energy-consuming further processing. Besides, it does not compete with the food industry like corn. This is the unique selling point of Landshuter BMHKW. The municipal utility associations and commercial composting companies mainly supply the complete biomass requirement of around 65,000 tons per year from the Lower Bavarian region. Stadtwerke has made long-term supply agreements with these companies.
Zur Abdeckung von Spitzenlasten und zur Ausfallsicherheit ist im BMHKW zudem ein Gaskessel und an der Schützenstraße eine Spitzen- und Reservelastzentrale (ebenfalls mit Gaskessel betrieben) installiert.
Am Lurzenhof 31, 84036 Landshut
Monday - Thursday 07:00 - 16:00
Friday 07:00 - 13:00
The origin of the Maxwehr is in the 14th century. Time and again, the weir, which was called the long capuchin weir, had to be rebuilt or renovated. After the Second World War, the plan of a complete new construction of a power plant for regenerative power generation matured. The run-of-river power plant was officially inaugurated on 19 November 1955.
Every year, the Maxwehr power plant uses two Kaplan turbines to generate an average of 30 million kWh of renewable hydroelectric power and, by calculation, can supply electricity to around 8,500 households with an assumed consumption of 3,500 kWh per year.
Bauhofstrasse 5c, 84028 Landshut
Line 5, 11: At the Old Cattle Market
Line 7: Stadtwerke
The Ludwigswehr and its power plant have always been closely linked. The weir has been owned by the city of Landshut since time immemorial. While the ownership of the power plant changed several times.
After all - it was the first urban hydroelectric power station in Landshut. The forerunner of today was built from 1920 to 1922. In the last year of the Second World War, the weir was badly damaged by bombing. An unusually large flood in 1946 did the rest. From 1946 to 1949, the weir had to be completely renewed. For decades, Wehr and Kraftwerk faithfully performed their services.
1981/82 the power plant got its today's face. Instead of two power stations of Vereinigte Kunstmühlen AG (VK), the VK received the power station Ludwigswehr from the city. The old power plant was demolished and replaced by a new building with more than twice the capacity (1,880 kilowatts). At the beginning of 1998, the VK sold the power plant to Stadtwerke Stadtwerke.
On average, turbines and generators generate around 10 million kilowatt hours of renewable electricity from the Isar. The weir itself was always owned by the city. It was last renovated extensively in 2017/18.
Badstraße, compared to Street no. 16, 84028 Landshut
Lines 1, 2, 4, 10: Ländtorplatz
The substation (UW) Ost, located between the small Isar and flood trough, is in addition to the substation Altdorf a central hub for the power supply Landshut. In the UW East, high voltage (110 kV) of the upstream grid is down-converted to medium-voltage (20 kV) and routed to the distribution network of the Stadtwerke in the local network stations and distributed to the customers. In 1970, the construction of a second substation in the eastern part of the city was decided on because of the increasing demand for energy, and two years later it went into operation. In 2018/19 it was extensively renovated. In addition to a third transformer, it received a new ground fault compensation and a new 20kV switchgear. With the refurbishment, Stadtwerke invested around five million euros in the security of supply of the inhabitants. With the additional transformer and the remotely controllable switchgear, the growing city is well prepared for the future in terms of power supply and prepared for the energy turnaround.
Purchasing & Business Partners
Stadtwerke Landshut is a municipal owned company of Landshut and is subject to public procurement law.
Further contacts in the company
The Stadtwerke is divided into six sections. The following overview gives you the contact details of the departments.
Commitment to a sustainable quality of life in Landshut
Guidelines for Sponsoring Stadtwerke
Landshut is a very liveable city. As a locally rooted business enterprise in Landshut, the municipal utilities make a considerable contribution to the economic and ecological development. Beyond our mission, we are committed to a sustainable quality of life in Landshut. We care about both today and tomorrow. That is why we sponsor selected local projects that set impulses for a liveable and sustainable urban society.
For many decades we have been supporting numerous associations, institutions and organizations. The long-term benefit for the citizens of Landshut and the surrounding area determines the basis of the action of Stadtwerke Landshut. Sport, culture and society, social, education and science as well as climate and environmental protection are the areas for which we make our mark. The projects match the values of Stadtwerke Landshut and are also useful for the commercial enterprise Stadtwerke: For our sponsorship commitment, we receive a clear return, which also benefits our customers. A simple logo placement is not enough.
Of course, there are many projects and initiatives that deserve our support. Unfortunately, due to the abundance, unfortunately we can not get involved with every concern. Associations, associations and organizations are asked until September 15 of the previous year a request about the form with a project description to the Stadtwerke. Once the sponsorship budget has been exhausted, no additional projects can be supported.