Kazakhmys Balkhash power station
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Kazakhmys Balkhash power station (also known as Балхашская ТЭЦ ТОО "Корпорация Казахмыс") is a 115- to 145-megawatt (MW) coal-fired combined heat and power station in Zhambyl Region, Kazakhstan.
The map below shows the location of the power station in Zhambyl Region, Kazakhstan.
The Kazakhmys Balkhash power station was commissioned in 1937 and supplies electricity to industry and heat to the region. According to a 2020 company report to consumers, the station's installed electric capacity is 145 MW and its available heat output is 383.6 Gcal/hour.
- Sponsor: Kazakhmys plc
- Parent company: Kazakhmys
- Location: Zhambyl Region, Kazakhstan
- Coordinates: 46.8290, 74.9493 (exact)
- Coal type: Bituminous
- Coal source:
- Gross generating capacity: 115 to 145 MW (approx.)
- Unit 3 (retired): Coal-fired subcritical, 30 MW (start-up in 1940)
- Unit 7 (operating): Coal-fired subcritical, 60 MW (start-up in 1963)
- Unit 8 (operating): Coal-fired subcritical, 37 MW (start-up in 2002)
Articles and Resources
- "Балхашская ТЭЦ," Wikipedia, last updated May 31, 2021
- "О компании » Структура" (About Company - Structure), Kazakhmys Energy, accessed June 14, 2021
- "Балхашская теплоэлектроцентраль," Kazakhmys Energy, 2020