Pukchang power station

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Pukchang power station is a 1,600-megawatt (MW) coal-fired power station in Pukchang, Pyongan-namdo Province, North Korea.[1]

Location

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Project Details

  • Sponsor: Pukchang Thermal Plant Complex
  • Parent company: DPRK Ministry of Electric Power
  • Location: Pukchang, Pyongan-namdo Province, North Korea
  • Coordinates: 39.5861, 126.3051 (exact)
  • Coal type: Lignite
  • Coal source:
  • Gross generating capacity (operating): 1,600 MW
    • Unit 1: Coal-fired subcritical, 100 MW (start-up in 1971)
    • Unit 10: Coal-fired subcritical, 100 MW (start-up in 1975)
    • Unit 11: Coal-fired subcritical, 100 MW (start-up in 1975)
    • Unit 12: Coal-fired subcritical, 100 MW (start-up in 1975)
    • Unit 13: Coal-fired subcritical, 100 MW (start-up in 1984)
    • Unit 14: Coal-fired subcritical, 100 MW (start-up in 1984)
    • Unit 15: Coal-fired subcritical, 100 MW (start-up in 1984)
    • Unit 16: Coal-fired subcritical, 100 MW (start-up in 1984)
    • Unit 2: Coal-fired subcritical, 100 MW (start-up in 1971)
    • Unit 3: Coal-fired subcritical, 100 MW (start-up in 1971)
    • Unit 4: Coal-fired subcritical, 100 MW (start-up in 1972)
    • Unit 5: Coal-fired subcritical, 100 MW (start-up in 1972)
    • Unit 6: Coal-fired subcritical, 100 MW (start-up in 1972)
    • Unit 7: Coal-fired subcritical, 100 MW (start-up in 1975)
    • Unit 8: Coal-fired subcritical, 100 MW (start-up in 1975)
    • Unit 9: Coal-fired subcritical, 100 MW (start-up in 1975)

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