Ishikawa power station
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The Ishikawa power station is a 312-megawatt coal-fired power station in Ishinomaki, Kyūshū, Japan.
The undated satellite photo below shows the plant, which is located in Ishinomaki, Kyūshū, Uruma.
The Ishikawa power station comprises two 156 MW units which were commissioned in November 1986 and March 1987 respectively. It is owned and operated by J-POWER, the trading name for the Electric Power Development Co. In November 2020 J-POWER announced that it would retire most of its older, most inefficient coal-fired plants by 2030, including Ishikawa.
Parent Company: J-POWER
Location: Ishikawa, Uruma, Okinawa (Uchinaa), Kyūshū, Japan
Coordinates: 26.430697, 127.842287 (exact)
Nameplate capacity: 2 x 156 MW
Projected in service: 1986-1987
Coal Source: imported
Estimated annual CO2:
Source of financing:
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- Electric Power Development Co., "Fact Book: 2008", Electric Power Development Co., October 2008, page 15.
- "Ishikawa (J-Power) Coal Power Station Japan," GEO, accessed June 2016
- Japan’s J-Power to shut down old coal-fired power plants by 2030, NS Energy, Nov. 2, 2020
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