Santo Domingo Cadafe power station

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Santo Domingo Cadafe power station, known locally as Carboeléctrica Santo Domingo, was a proposed 300-megawatt (MW) coal-fired power plant in Santo Domingo, Táchira, Venezuela.


The map below shows Santo Domingo, Táchira, the approximate location where the plant was to be built.

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An October 2003 report from Venezuela's Ministry of Energy and Mines called for the Carboeléctrica Santo Domingo, a US$625 million, 500 MW coal-fired project, to be developed simultaneously with the adjacent Santo Domingo coal mine.[1] In 2004 Venezuela's national power company Cadafe agreed with the Russian company Energoprom to build a scaled-down version of the plant, with a price tag of US$300 million and a generating capacity of 300 MW.[2]

A 2009 overview of Venezuela's energy sector listed the Santo Domingo plant as an active 300 MW project with a scheduled completion date of 2010[3]; however, the plant was not listed in the 2012 edition of the same report[4], and it no longer appears as an active project on plant sponsor Corpoelec's website.[5]

Project Details

  • Sponsor: Corpoelec-Emp Elec Socialista
  • Parent company: Corpoelec-Emp Elec Socialista
  • Location: Santo Domingo, Táchira, Venezuela
  • Coordinates: 8.861581, -70.692816 (approximate)
  • Status: Cancelled
  • Gross Capacity: 300 MW
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Articles and resources


  1. "Proyecto Carboeléctrico Santo Domingo,", Ministro de Energia y Minas, October 20, 2003.
  2. "BNamericas - LatAm 2004 electric power wrap". Retrieved 2021-05-10.
  3. "Venezuela: La Energia en Cifras 2008-2009,", IESA, 2009
  4. "Venezuela: La Energia en Cifras 2012,", IESA, 2012
  5. "Generación,", Corpoelec website, accessed October 2015.

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