Mantoudi Power Plant
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The Mantoudi Power Plant was a proposed 460-megawatt (MW) coal-fired power plant in Greece.
The map below shows the proposed location for the plant, in Kireos, region of Mantoudi in Evia (Euboea).
The 460 MW coal-fired power station was proposed by GEK Terna.
The power station was not part of the country's 2010 energy plan, and was likely cancelled due to a 2009 decision by the Greek government to end hard coal imports in favor of using natural gas in future plants.
- Sponsor: GEK Terna
- Parent company:
- Location: Kireos, region of Mantoudi in Evia (Euboea), Stereo Ellada (Central Greece)
- Coordinates: 38.8179077, 23.4609417 (approximate)
- Status: Cancelled
- Capacity: 460 MW
- Start date:
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Resources and articles
- "Parliamentary question by Dimitrios Papadimoulis," March 6, 2008
- "Greener Power For PPC Plants," Energia.gr, February 13, 2009