Guohua Hulunbeier power station

From Global Energy Monitor

Guohua Hulunbeier power station (神华内蒙古国华呼伦贝尔发电公司宝日希勒发电厂一期) is a 1,200-megawatt (MW) coal-fired power plant in Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, China.

Location

The undated satellite photo below shows the power station near Baorixile Town, in Old Barag Banner, Hulunbuir (Hulunbeier) Prefecture.

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Background on Plant

Guohua Hulunbeier power station is a two-unit coal-fired power plant with a total capacity of 1,200 MW in Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region. The plant was completed in 2010, and was originally owned by Shenhua Group.[1]

Ownership

On August 28, 2017, China's State-owned Assets Supervision and Administration Commission of the State Council (SASAC) announced that China Guodian Corporation and Shenhua Group will be jointly restructured. Shenhua Group will become China National Energy Investment Group and will absorb China Guodian Corporation. It will be the largest power company in the world by installed capacity, as well as the world's largest coal producer.[2][3] The merger was completed on November 28, 2017.[4]

Project Details

  • Sponsor: Inner Mongolia Guohua Hulunbeier
  • Parent company: National Energy Investment Group
  • Location: Baorixile Town, Old Barag Banner, Hulunbuir (Hulunbeier) Prefecture, Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, China
  • Coordinates: 49.348235, 119.720331 (exact)
  • Status: Operating
  • Gross capacity: 1,200 MW (Units 1 & 2: 600 MW)
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  • In service: 2010
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Articles and resources

References

  1. "内蒙古国华呼伦贝尔发电有限公司," Baidu, accessed December 2014
  2. "Factbox: Shenhua and Guodian - China's latest state marriage". Reuters. 29 August 2017. Retrieved 30 August 2017.
  3. "China Is Creating the World's Largest Power Company". Bloomberg News. 28 August 2017. Retrieved 29 August 2017.
  4. "China’s Newly-Established National Energy Investment Group Sets World Records in Its Sector, With Assets of Over CNY1.8 Trillion," Yicai Global, 11-28-2017

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