Alexandroupolis Industrial Area power station
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Alexandroupolis Industrial Area power station is a proposed 830-megawatt (MW) gas-fired power plant in the region of Evros, Greece.
The map below shows the approximate location of the proposed power station in Alexandroupoli, the region of Evros, Greece.
The Alexandroupolis plant was originally a 450 MW plant, but as of 2021 it holds a license for 662 MW. It has reportedly increased to over 800 MW capacity in April 2021, since RAE granted a license for 830 MW.
The plant is scheduled to come online in sync with the new LNG supply terminal.
In 2021 North Macedonia's power utility Elektrani na Severna Makedonija (ESM) signed a memorandum with Greece to invest 25% in the new power plant. This will secure gas-fired electricity supply for the country as they phase out coal.
- Sponsor: Alexandroupolis Electricity Production SA
- Parent company: Copelouzos Group [75%], AD ESM [25%]
- Location: Alexandroupoli, the region of Evros, Greece
- Coordinates: 40.8492, 25.8578 (approx.)
- Gross generating capacity (proposed): 830 MW
Articles and Resources
- Copelouzos: Combined Cycle Power Plants
- Cooperation of AD ESM with Damco Energy SA in the Alexandroupolis Power Plant, Copelouzos Group, Mar 31 2021
- N. Macedonia plans to invest 750 mln euro in Greek LNG terminal, power plant, See News, Apr 1, 2021
- PPC granted license for 665 MW gas-fueled power station, Energy Press, Mar 22, 2021
- Greece: Tender for gas-fired power plant in Thessaloniki, Serbia Energy, Apr 2, 2021
- North Macedonia securing gas, electricity supply amid coal phaseout, Balkan Green Energy News, Apr 1, 2021
- Generating Sets, Copelouzos Group, accessed Apr 5 2021]
- Google Maps accessed January 2020
- Elpedison enters race for new gas-fueled power station | ENERGYPRESS
- Copelouzos, Karatzis groups also planning gas-fueled units | ENERGYPRESS