Khanh Hoa power station
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Khánh Hòa power station is a supposed 100-megawatt (MW) proposed coal plant in Thái Nguyên province, Vietnam.
The map below shows the location of Khánh Hòa coal mine, the approximate location where the plant will be built in Quán Triều commune, Thái Nguyên district, Thái Nguyên province.
In May 2008, Viet-Trung Electricity Joint Stock Company announced that it would build a $125 million, 100-MW coal-fired power plant near the Khánh Hòa coal mining field. Subsequent announcements regarding this plant are not available; it is possible that Viet-Trung Electricity JSC's proposal was superseded by that of An Khánh Thermo-Power JSC, which is currently building the 100-MW An Khanh-1 power plant on a site near the Khánh Hòa coal mine.
- Sponsor: Viet-Trung Electricity Joint Stock Company
- Parent company:
- Location: Quán Triều commune, Thái Nguyên district, Thái Nguyên province, Vietnam
- Coordinates: 21.61000, 105.78705 (approximate)
- Status: see An Khanh power station
- Gross Capacity: 100 MW
- Projected in service:
- Coal Type:
- Coal Source:
- Source of financing:
Articles and resources
- In Brief: More Thermal Power Goes to Thai Nguyen, Viêt Nam News, May 21, 2008.