Qingzhen power station
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Qingzhen power station (华电清镇发电厂) is a retired 658-megawatt (MW) coal-fired power plant in Guizhou Province, China.
Its relocated expansion project is called Tangzhai power station, which is a 2*600MW coal-fired power station commissioned in 2012-2013.
The map below shows the location of the plant, in Qingzhen City, Guiyang Prefecture, Guizhou Province.
Background on Plant
Qingzhen power station was founded in 1970. It had eight coal-fired power units with a total capacity of 658 MW. The units were commissioned from 1970-1989. The first phase was 4*32MW. The second phase was 2*65MW. The third phase was 2*200MW. They were retired in 2004-2010. The plant was owned by China Huadian (51%) and Guizhou Investment Group (49%).
Details of Expansion Project
In May 2009, a 2*600MW expansion project of this plant received permit to start construction in a relocated site at Wangzhuang Town, Qingzhen City. The two units were completed in 2012 and 2013. It is also called Tangzhai power station.
- Sponsor: Huadian Guizhou
- Parent company: China Huadian (51%), Guizhou Investment Group (49%)
- Location: Qingzhen City, Guiyang Prefecture, Guizhou Province, China
- Coordinates: 26.5138975, 106.4464986 (exact)
- Status: Retired (Units 1-8)
- Gross capacity: 658 MW (Units 1 & 4:32MW; Units 5 & 6: 65MW; Units 7 & 8: 200 MW)
- Type: Subcritical
- In service: 1970-2010.
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