Hard Coal Power Plant (Copy)

170 BPD – Power Plant – 1993

The used power plant was shut down and well preserved, is in excellent condition, located in Western Europe.

Plant at a glance


The power plant was originally built as a Lignite Coal fired power plant, nearby a Lignite Coal mine. However, due to the closure of the mine, the power plant was redesigned in 1993 to Hard Coal (Anthracite), achieving higher energy efficiency, higher economic operation and lower emissions. In the years 2005 to 2007, the power plant was extensively revamped, especially in the digital control and monitoring system, and NOx, SO2 and CO.

  • Commissioning: 1982 - 1986

  • Capacity: 160 MW / 176 MW

  • Fuel: Hard Coal (Anthracite), HFO and biogenic waste

  • Heat recovery: 17 MWth

  • Boiler and Auxiliaries

  • Live steam parameters 443 t/h, 180 bar, 535° C

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