Ashdod Project power station
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Ashdod Project power station is a proposed 4,050-megawatt (MW) coal-fired power station in Ashdod, Israel.
The map below shows Ashdod, the approximate location where the plant would be built.
Background on Plant
According to Platts, Ashdod was a proposed coal-fired power plant of six units of 675 MW each in Ashdod, proposed by Israel Electric Corp. However, there have been no press reports on such a plant in recent years.
As of 2014 the project is not listed on Israel Electric Corp.'s website and has likely been cancelled.
- Sponsor: Israel Electric Corp.
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- Location: Ashdod, HaDarom, Israel
- Coordinates: 31.8, 34.65 (approximate)
- Status: Cancelled
- Unit 1: 675 MW
- Unit 2: 675 MW
- Unit 3: 675 MW
- Unit 4: 675 MW
- Unit 5: 675 MW
- Unit 6: 675 MW
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