Enecogen power station
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Enecogen power station is a 840 MW combined cycle gas turbine (CCGT) station in Pistoolhaven in Rotterdam's Europoort industrial area, Netherlands.
The undated satellite photo below shows the power station in Rotterdam harbor.
The power station is owned by Enecogen, a partnership between utilities Eneco Energie and Dong Energy, each with a 50% stake. Construction of the plant started in May 2009 and began commercial operation in late 2011.
C.Gen originally planned for the power station to be fueled by coal.
Project Details of coal plant
- Sponsor: Eneco Energy [50%], Castleton Commodities International (CCI) [50%]
- Parent company: N.V. Eneco Beheer, Castleton Commodities International LLC
- Location: Rotterdam, Netherlands
- Coordinates: 51.957, 4.0916 (exact)
- Status: Operating
- Gross generating capacity (operating): 840 MW
- Unit U10: Gas-fired combined cycle, 422 MW (start-up in 2011)
- Unit U20: Gas-fired combined cycle, 422 MW (start-up in 2011)
- Start date: 2011
- Source of financing:
Resources and articles
- "Enecogen CCGT Power Station, Netherlands," Power-technology.com, accessed Feb 2013.
- About Our Name, Ørsted, accessed Apr 8, 2021
- Power Assets, CCI, accessed Apr 8, 2021
- CCI acquires 50% stake in 870MW Enecogen power plant, NS Energy, Aug 8, 2018
- "N.V. Eneco Beheer". Global Legal Entity Identifier Foundation. Retrieved February 4, 2020.