Kampot power station
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Kampot power station was a proposed 540-megawatt (MW) coal-fired power station in Kampot, Cambodia.
The map below shows Kampot district, the proposed location for the plant.
Background on Plant
In 2012, it was reported that an unnamed Chinese company was planning to develop a 300 MW power plant for US$400 million in the Kampot Special Economic Zone (KSEZ). According to information on the website of EIA consulting company CES, the plant would have had 4 x 135 MW generators (total 540 MW), and been developed in two phases.
In 2016, a preliminary contract was signed between Cambodian officials and Guodian Kangneng of China to build a coal plant in the Kampot Special Economic Zone, but the Chinese company ultimately went on to pursue the Han Seng power station in Cambodia, with no further mention of the Kampot proposal.
There have been no known updates on the proposal since 2016 and plans appear cancelled.
- Sponsor: TBD
- Parent company:
- Location: Kampot district, Kampot province, Cambodia
- Coordinates: 10.788192, 103.7621174 (approximate)
- Status: Cancelled
- Capacity: 540 MW (Units 1-4: 135 MW)
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- Source of financing:
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Articles and resources
- "China to back Kampot power plant," The Phnom Penh Post, June 19, 2012
- "Investment Projects For Coal-Fired Power Plants: Kampot Electricity Supply Co., Ltd.," CES, undated