Berlin-Reuter-West power station
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Berlin-Reuter-West power station is a 600-megawatt (MW) coal-fired power station in Berlin, Germany.
The power station is different from the Berlin-Reuter power station.
The undated satellite below shows the plant in the northwest of Berlin.
The Reuter West CHP plant is made up of two structurally identical 300 MW power plant blocks, which were put into operation in 1987 and 1989, respectively.
A feasibility study was conducted on options for coal-phase out by 2030 for the Reuters West CHP plant and the Berlin-Moabit power station. The results of the study showed that in 2030 coal can be replaced by around 40% climate-friendly energies such as geothermal energy, biomass and industrial/waste heat. About 60% of the heat requirement can be covered by a new, highly efficient, modular gas CHP concept. By replacing hard coal, more than 2 million tons of CO2 could be saved each year.
- Sponsor: Vattenfall Europe AG
- Parent company: Vattenfall
- Location: Spandau, Berlin, Germany
- Coordinates: 52.534601, 13.244531 (exact)
- Capacity (operating):
- 600 MW (Units 1&2: 300 MW, start up 1987-1989)
- Projected retirement date: potentially 2029
- Type: Subcritical
- Coal Type: Bituminous
- Coal Source:
- Capacity (announced):
- 647 MW Gas/Hydrogen fired turbine with unknown combustion technology (start-up in 2030)
- Source of financing:
Resources and articles
- "Reuter West CHP plant," accessed April 2016
- "Feasibility study "Coal phase-out and sustainable district heating supply Berlin 2030" Vattenfall, accessed August 2022
- "Rot-Grün-Rot in Berlin plant früheren Kohleausstieg und Solarprogramm," November 17, 2021
- Senate Department for Environment, mobility, consumer and climate protection. "Feasibility study "Coal phase-out and sustainable district heating supply Berlin 2030"". Berlin. Retrieved Oct 31st, 2022. Check date values in:
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