CR Hengli Cogen power station
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CR Hengli Cogen power station (华润电力广州珠江热电公司, also known as 华润电力广州南沙横沥热电) was a proposed 600-megawatt (MW) coal-fired power station that has been cancelled in Nansha, Guangzhou, Guangdong Province, China.
The map below shows the approximate location of the power station in Nansha, Guangzhou, Guangdong Province, China.
The 600-MW coal-fired CR Hengli Cogen Power Station was proposed in 2009 by China Resources Power (CRP) and scheduled to open in January 2011. CRP's goal was to correspondingly shut down their 125-MW Guangzhou Huadu Bajiang Power Plant when the CR Hengli plant opened. The CR Hengli plant was estimated to need around 1.34 million tons of coal annually, which would be supplied by the Shanxi Datong and Ningwu Coal Mines, with the coal transported to the facility over land and sea. The water source would be the Pearl River.
The total estimated investment was 2.97 billion RMB; CRP and Guangzhou Development Nansha Investment Management would supply 750 million RMB (in a 70% and 30% share respectively), and the remaining 2.2 billion RMB would be financed through loans from the Industrial and Commercial Bank of China and the Agricultural Bank of China.
However, the project was soon cancelled and never came to fruition.
- Sponsor: China Resources Power Holdings Huanan Branch 70%; Guangzhou Development Nansha Investment Management (广州南沙资产经营有限公司) 30.00%.
- Parent company: China Resources (70%), Guangzhou Development Nansha Investment Management (30%)
- Location: Nansha, Guangzhou, Guangdong Province, China
- Coordinates: 22.7311, 113.5561 (approx.)
- Coal type: Unknown
- Coal source: Shanxi Datong Coal Mine and Ningwu Coal Mine
- Gross generating capacity (cancelled): 600 MW
- Unit 1: Coal-fired supercritical, 300 MW (start-up year not available)
- Unit 2: Coal-fired supercritical, 300 MW (start-up year not available)
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