Inkoo power station
Inkoo power station is a retired 1,000-megawatt (MW) coal-fired power station in the region of Southern Finland, Finland.
The map below shows the location of the now retired power station in Inkoo, Finland.
When the four coal units were commissioned starting in 1974, the Inkoo power plant was the biggest coal-fired power plant in the Nordic countries. Throughout the 2000s, the power plant produced electricity for the Nordic electricity markets, primarily during peak consumption. From 2011 to 2013, Unit 3 was in the Finnish Energy Authority’s national peak-load reserve capacity system, but was subsequently no longer selected for the reserve capacity system. The plant was decommissioned in February 2014.
- Sponsor: Fortum
- Parent company: Fortum
- Location: Inkoo, Southern Finland, Finland
- Coordinates: 60.0175, 23.9126 (exact)
- Coal type: Bituminous
- Coal source:
- Gross generating capacity (retired): 1,000 MW
- Unit 1: Coal-fired (Subcritical combustion technology), 250 MW (start-up in 1974)
- Unit 2: Coal-fired (Subcritical combustion technology), 250 MW (start-up in 1975)
- Unit 3: Coal-fired (Subcritical combustion technology), 250 MW (start-up in 1978)
- Unit 4: Coal-fired (Subcritical combustion technology), 250 MW (start-up in 1978)
Articles and Resources
- "Inkoo Coal Power Plant Finland," Global Energy Observatory, accessed May 2021
- "Fortum's Inkoo coal-fired power plant demolished to ground level | Fortum". Fortum. March 25, 2020. Retrieved May 25, 2021.
- "Fortum, Annual Report" (PDF). 2014.
- "We started demolition of Inkoo Power Station". Purustaja. Retrieved May 25, 2021.