Leipheim power station
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Leipheim power station is a proposed 300-megawatt (MW) gas-fired power plant in the state of Baden-Württemberg, Germany.
The map below shows the approximate location of the proposed power station in Leipheim, Bavaria, Germany.
This project originated as the redevelopment of the former Leipheim Airbase with a power plant. The capacity was up to 1200 MW. It was developed by SWU Stadtwerke Ulm, and evolved into a 600 MW plant. In February of 2021 Lausitz Energie (LEAG) obtained 100% interest in the project, now 300 MW. Siemens Energy will handle construction.
- Sponsor: Lausitz Energie (LEAG)
- Parent company: LEAG Holdings
- Location: Leipheim airbase, Bavaria, Germany
- Coordinates: 48.4407827,10.2525993 (exact)
- Gross capacity (proposed): 300 MW
- Unit 1: Gas-fired gas turbine, 300 MW (start-up in 2023)
Articles and Resources
- German utilities' plans for new capacity, Reuters, April 1, 2019.
- Urban land-use planning gas and steam turbine power plant, Leipheim, Kling Consult, accessed Apr 2, 2021
- Siemens may build gas-fired power plant in Germany Reuters, Apr. 18, 2016 (accessed Jan. 9, 2020)
- LEAG invests in the Leipheim gas turbine power plant project (OCGT)
- GÖRG advises Leipheim gas power plant project on successful participation in tendering procedure for procurement of special grid-related equipment and on sale by project partners SWU Energie, Siemens Energy and STEAG to LEAG, GÖRG, Feb 22, 2021