Kurri Kurri power station
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Kurri Kurri power station is a 2,000-megawatt (MW) coal plant to be located in the Hunter Economic Zone in Kurri Kurri, New South Wales, Australia, proposed in March 2019.
The map below shows the Kurri Kurri, New South Wales, Australia, where the plant would be built.
In March 2019 Hong Kong-based Kaisun Holdings signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with China Energy Engineering Group (CEEC) and Australian firm Cavcorp to build the plant in the Hunter Economic Zone. As of May 2021, there have been no updates on the project, and it appears to be shelved.
CEEC Debarment by World Bank
In September 2019 the World Bank debarred CEEC from participating in World Bank projects for 20 months because of fraud committed by CEEC in connection with the Lusaka Transmission and Distribution Rehabilitation Project in Zambia.
- Parent company: China Energy Engineering Group Hunan Electric Power Design Institute Co., Ltd (CEEC-HEPDI); Cavcorp
- Location: Kurri Kurri, New South Wales, Australia
- Coordinates: -32.8290775 151.4676353 (approximate)
- Status: Shelved
- Gross capacity: 2 x 1000 MW
- Type: Ultra-supercritical
- In service:
- Coal type: Bituminous
- Coal source:
- Source of financing:
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Related GEM.wiki articles
- New coal-fired power plant planned near Kurri Kurri, World Coal, Mar. 12, 2019
- Ben Smee, Deal signed for huge coal-fired power plants in Hunter Valley, Hong Kong firm says, The Guardian, Mar. 6, 2019
- World Bank Group Debars China Energy Engineering Group Hunan Electric Power Design Institute Co., Ltd., World Bank, Sep. 11, 2019