Mintia-Deva power station

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Mintia-Deva Power Station is a 1,075-megawatt (MW) power station in Romania.

In 2012 Mintia-Deva was merged with the the Paroseni power station to become the Hunedoara Energy Complex.


The undated satellite photo below shows the power station in Deva.

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Construction works on the power station started in 1966. The plant had five identical groups of 210 MW each and one of 235 MW, totaling a capacity of 1,285 MW. The units were commissioned from 1969 to 1978. Unit 1 (210 MW) was withdrawn from operation in 2012.[1][2]

The power station was controlled by Termoelectrica's Electrocentrale Deva, a state-owned company. In June 2012 Mintia-Deva was put under the newly formed power company, Complexul Energetic Hunedoara, which also includes Paroseni Power Station and the functional mining sites that are part of the National Hard Coal Company (CNH).[3]

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  1. Deva Power Station, Electrocentrale Deva website, accessed May 2014.
  2. "Hunedoara Energy Complex," Complexul Energetic Hunedoara, accessed April 2016
  3. "How Will The War Between Coal And Green Energy End?" ZF English, Mar 17, 2014.

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