Detmarovice Power Station
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Detmarovice Power Station is an 800-megawatt coal-fired power plant located near Detmarovice in Moravskoslezsky, Czech Republic.
The plant is situated near the town of Ostrava, in the immediate vicinity of the Polish border and the major railway line from Bohumín to Žilina.
The Detmarovice Power Station is a black coal-fired power station owned and operated by the CEZ Group. It consists of four 200 MW subcritical units commissioned in 1975-76. The power station was originally formed as part of the Ostrava-Karviná Power Stations; since 1990, it has been an independent organizational unit.
Unit 1 (200 MW) was retired in 2019.
In 2021 CEZ Group announced they would close all of the coal units at the end of the 2022-2023 heating season. They plan to build a gas-fired cogeneration unit in its place.
- Sponsor: CEZ Group
- Parent company:
- Location: Ostrava
- Coordinates:49.907184, 18.464559
- Gross generating capacity (operating): 600 MW
- Unit 2: Coal-fired, 200 MW
- Unit 3: Coal-fired, 200 MW
- Unit 4: Coal-fired, 200 MW
- Gross generating capacity (proposed): 45 MW
- Gas-fired with CHP, 45 MW (start-up not found)
- Gross generating capacity (retired): 200 MW
- Unit 1: Coal-fired, 200 MW
Articles and resources
- CEZ Group, "The Detmarovice Power Station", CEZ Group website, accessed October 2012.
- "Rozhodnutí," KRAJSKÝ ÚŘAD, Nov 13, 2019
- ČEZ V DĚTMAROVICÍCH KONČÍ S UHLÍM, TEPLO PRO OKOLNÍ MĚSTA BUDE VYRÁBĚT Z PLYNU, CEZ Group, Jun 4, 2021
- Tepelná elektrárna Dětmarovice, Google Maps, accessed Apr 6, 2021
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