The climate and energy crisis has Europe in its grip. As a cross-border vacation region Oberstdorf-Kleinwalsertal (OK), we have launched the Mission-OK together with OK Bergbahnen and Oberstdorf tourism. Our goal is to continue to offer a vacation at the usual high level in the coming winter, but at the same time to save energy wherever possible without sacrificing comfort. Together with the communities and all partners in the region, we are putting our energy consumption to the test and optimizing it for the winter of 2022/23. The idea for Mission-OK is based on Mission 11, an initiative of the Austrian federal government. Even by making small changes, we can all make a valuable difference. To do this, we need everyone's support - let's take responsibility together!

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The municipality of Mittelberg and thus Kleinwalsertal are part of the e5 program. It supports communities on their way to an environmentally sustainable energy future and on the way to Vorarlberg's energy autonomy by 2050.


In Kleinwalsertal, around 200 properties are supplied with biomass from the company's own power plant. Since 2011, the district heating network has been continuously expanded and more and more households and businesses are enjoying renewable, regional heat. The annual quantity supplied is around 20 GWh


In order to perfectly prepare the slopes of the two-country ski region, the snow groomers drive several thousand kilometers per year and - like any combustion engine - generate emissions. By using palm oil-free HVO fuel, around 1,800 tons of carbon dioxide are avoided per season.