Cassano D'Adda power station
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Cassano D'Adda power station is a 760-megawatt (MW) gas-fired power plant in the province of Milan, Italy.
The map below shows the location of the power station in Cassano d'Adda, the province of Milan, Italy.
In February, 2022, Legambiet protested the proposed expansion of the power plant. However, the contract for the 110 MW expansion was awarded to Wartsila for the provision of gas-fired engines.
- Sponsor: A2A SpA
- Parent company: A2A SpA
- Location: Cassano d'Adda, the province of Milan, Italy
- Coordinates: 45.5115, 9.5098 (exact)
- Gross generating capacity (operating): 760 MW
- Gross generating capacity (pre-construction): 110 MW
- Unit 3: Gas-fired combined cycle with CHP, 110 MW (start-up date unknown)
Articles and Resources
- "The Cassano power plant expands: it will become the largest gas-fired plant in Italy. Legambiente protest". Prima Treviglio. February 13, 2022. Retrieved Oct 13th, 2022. Check date values in:
- Centrale Termoelettrica di Cassano (MI) - Centrale a ciclo combinato - A2A
- A2A Wikipedia, accessed December 2019
- Global Power Plant Database v.1.2.0, ID WRI1002861 World Resources Institute, June 2019
- ENTSO-E Transparency Platform, ID 26WUUUUCASSANO2I accessed November 2019
- FRESNA (FIAS Renewable Energy Systems & Network Analysis) version 4.1 (July 2019)
- World Electric Power Plants database S&P Global Platts, June 2019
- Open Power Plants Database, ID g_26WUUUUCASSANO2I European Commission Joint Research Centre, version 0.91
- "New A2A 110 MW Power Plant in Cassano D'Adda to be Built by Cefla and Wartsila". Cefla Engineering. Retrieved May 4th, 2022. Check date values in: