Hakan Enerji power station
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Hakan Enerji power station is a cancelled power station in Ceyhan, Adana, Türkiye.
Table 1: Project-level location details
|Plant name||Location||Coordinates (WGS 84)|
|Hakan Enerji power station||Ceyhan, Adana, Türkiye||36.84343, 35.886929 (approximate)|
The map below shows the approximate location of the power station.
Table 2: Unit-level details
|Unit name||Status||Fuel(s)||Capacity (MW)||Technology||Start year||Retired year|
|Unit 1||cancelled||coal - anthracite||100||subcritical||–||–|
Table 3: Unit-level ownership and operator details
|Unit 1||Hakan Madencilik ve Elektrik Üretim Sanayi Ticaret [100.0%]|
Project-level coal details
- Coal source(s): imported
On its website the company states that it has applied to the Turkish Energy Market Regulatory Authority for a power generation license for the proposed plant. The company describes the plant as a 100MW plant which would "make use of the coal to be imported from Kemerova, Russian Federation, featuring high calorific value (6,000 kcal/kg min) with low sulfur (0.9% max) and ash (14% max) contents."
The project has been licensed, but the license has been challenged by a lawsuit. Hakan subsidiary Tunas Enerji Elektrik Uretim AS has sought and received a separate license for a 100 MW coal-fired power station at the same site, the Tunas power station. As of May 2016, it appears to Tunas proposal is moving forward and Hakan has been cancelled.
Articles and Resources
- Hakan Enerji Termik Santrali, Kara Atlas, accessed Apr. 2014.
- Hakan Mining and Electricity Generation Industry and Trade Inc., "Thermal Power Plant", Hakan Mining and Electricity Generation Industry and Trade Inc. website, accessed March 2013.
- Financing Coal: High Carbon Arithmetic of Turkey, 350.org, April 2015
- Communication with CAN Europe, May 2016
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