Pomorzany power station
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Pomorzany power station is a 134-megawatt coal-fired power station in Zachodnio-Pomorskie (West Pomeranian Voivodeship), Poland. It is part of the Dolna Odra power complex.
The map below shows the plant in Szczecin.
The Pomorzany power plant was built in 1936–40. The plant was destroyed during WWII, and was not restarted until 1961, when two 67 MW coal-fired units were commissioned.
In 2012, PGE proposed a 240 MW gas plant to replace the power station's two coal-fired units.
In 2015, PGE began work to retrofit the coal plant and extend its life through 2039, suggesting plans to close the units and replace them with a gas plant has been shelved.
- Sponsor: Zespół Elektrowni Dolna Odra SA
- Parent company: PGE
- Location: Szczecin, Zachodnio-Pomorskie, Poland
- Coordinates: 45.4314, 12.2468 (exact)
- Gross capacity (operating): 134 MW
- Unit 1: 67 MW (1961) - subcritical coal
- Unit 2: 67 MW (1961) - subcritical coal
- Gross capacity (shelved): 240 MW
- Combined-cycle unit: 240 MW (2022)
Articles and Resources
- "Pomorzany Power Plant," Wikipedia, accessed Nov 2019
- Environmental and Social Data Sheet, EIB, Dec 19, 2013
- "PGE: zmodernizowana Elektrownia Pomorzany w 2019," PGE, 15.10.2015