Houli Mill power station
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Houli Mill power station (正隆后里紙業發電廠) is a 92-megawatt (MW) coal- and waste-fired cogenerating power station in Taichung County, Taichung City, Taiwan.
The map below shows the location of the Houli Mill in Taichung County, Taichung City, Taiwan.
The Houli Mill appears to have six paper machines, three sets of cogenerating equipment, and two sets of circulating fluidized bed (CFB) boilers. The mill reportedly has an annual production capacity of 1.55 million tons. The first cogeneration set (G1) appears to have a capacity of about 9.6 MW, the second (G2) of about 48 MW, and the third and newest (G3) of 35 MW. When the cogeneration equipment has excess power output, the power is sold to Taipower for subsidies.
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- Sponsor: Cheng Loong Co Ltd
- Parent company: Cheng Loong
- Location: Taichung County, Taichung City, Taiwan
- Coordinates: 24.28528, 120.724804 (approx.)
- Coal type: Unknown
- Coal source:
- Gross generating capacity (operating): 92 MW
- Unit 1: Coal-fired subcritical, incl. fuel oil, 9.6 MW (start-up likely 1984)
- Unit 2: Coal-fired subcritical, incl. fuel oil, 48 MW (start-up in 1996)
- Unit 3: Coal-fired subcritical, incl. tire-derived fuel, 35 MW (start-up in 2012)
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