Fyns power station
Fyns (Fynsværket) power station is a 362-megawatt (MW) coal-fired power station in Syddanmark, Denmark. The plant also has a small biomass unit.
The undated satellite photo below shows the power station in Odense.
The power station had eight units, only three of which were operating by 2009: unit 3 (coal), unit 7 (coal), and unit 8 (biomass). Unit 3 has a power of 235 MW, unit 7 of 362 MW, and unit 8 of 35 MW.
Coal-fired unit 3 of 235 MW was retired in 2010.
The remaining coal and biomass units, along with a waste incineration plant, was acquired by Fjernvarme Fyn from Vattenfall in 2015 for US$180 million.
The last coal unit at the power station, unit 7 of 362 MW, is planned for retirement in 2022.
- Sponsor: Fjernvarme Fyn
- Parent company: Fjernvarme Fyn
- Location: Odense, Syddanmark, Hovedstaden
- Coordinates: 55.42941166, 10.41021168 (exact)
- Status: Operating
- Capacity: 362 MW (Unit 7)
- Start date: 1991
- Coal Type: Hard
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