Mol power station
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Mol power station is a retired 255-megawatt (MW) coal-fired power station in Antwerp Province, Belgium.
The map below shows the location of the power station in Antwerp Province, Belgium.
The Mol power station in Mol, Belgium, was first commissioned in 1963, with another unit entering operation in 1967. With a capacity of 255 MW, the plant was in operation until 2010, when operations were suspended and Unit 1 (with a 124 MW capacity) was placed on standby (see Belgium and Coal). In 2014, the plant was demolished.
- Sponsor: Electrabel
- Parent company: Engie
- Location: Antwerp Province, Belgium
- Coordinates: 51.2234, 5.0990 (exact)
- Coal type: Hard coal
- Coal source: Unknown
- Gross generating capacity (retired): 255 MW
- Unit 11: Coal-fired (subcritical), 124 MW (start-up in 1963)
- Unit 12: Coal-fired (subcritical), 131 MW (start-up in 1967)