Arneburg Power Station
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Arneburg Power Station is a 1600 MW coal plant in Saxony-Alhalt proposed by RWE.
Future location of plant - approximate area only
The plant is proposed to be developed on the site of a nuclear power plant initiated under the GDR regime, which was never completed, along the Elbe river, close to Arneburg, Sachsen-Anhalt.
2010: Project placed on hold
According to Deutsche Umwelthilfe, neighbouring communities sued against the existing development plan in January 2010. In July 2010 the project was "put on hold for the moment" by RWE.
Articles and Resources
- "Notice to Members" European Parliment Notice, February 2010.
- "Projects of coal-fired power plants in Germany since 2007," Deutsche Umwelthilfe, November 2012
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- "Coal Mine Methane Emission Offsets," Chicago Climate Exchange, undated, accessed June 2008.
- U.S. Geological Survey, Germany, U.S. Department of the Interior, accessed June 2008. (This provides links to an annual summary on the mining industry in Germany for each year between (and including) 1994 and 2005).
- RWE, "Factbook: Generation Capacity in Europe", June, 2007, pages 42-45.
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