Elbląg power station
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Elbląg power station is a 74-megawatt (MW) coal-fired power plant in Elbląg, Warmian-Masurian province, Poland.
The map below shows the location of the power station in Elbląg, Warmian-Masurian Province, Poland.
The Elbląg plant was originally commissioned in 1928. However, it suffered damage during the war and was rebuilt in 1946. The plant expanded from 1953-1956, and added cogeneration in the 1960s. It has been operating under Energa since 1997.
- Sponsor: ENERGA Kogeneracja Sp. z o.o.
- Parent company: PKN Orlen 
- Location: Elbląg, Warmian-Masurian Province, Poland
- Coordinates: 54.180335, 19.385749 (exact)
- Gross generating capacity (operating): 74 MW
- Coal-fired with CHP, 74MW (start-up in 1928)
- Gross generating capacity (proposed): 115 MW
Articles and Resources
- Elektrociepłownia Elbląg, ENERGA Kogeneracja, accessed Mar 24, 2021
- History, ENERGA Kogeneracja, accessed Mar 24, 2021
- Information to the condensed consolidated report of the Energa Group for Q3 2020, Energa, Nov 5, 2020
- Grzegorz Należyty, The future of gas hinges on hydrogen, Biznes Alert, Nov 6, 2020
- Deklaracja Srodowiskowa Za Rok 2018, Grupa Energa, 2018
- Profile, ENERGA Kogeneracja, accessed Mar 24, 2021
- Current Report No. 35/2020, Energa, Apr 20, 2020
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