Seraing power station
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Seraing power station is a 470-megawatt (MW) gas-fired power plant in Liege Province, Belgium.
The map below shows the location of the power station in Seraing, Liege Province, Belgium.
Due to underutilization, Luminus informed the government in 2016 that it may have to permanently close the plant on October 31, 2017. It had been in the Strategic Reserve since 2014. However, it was put back into the Strategic Reserve 2017-2018 and then put back on the market.
Luminus' website currently states the site is the location for a new 870 MW gas plant that will be built adjacent to the current power plant.
- Sponsor: Luminus
- Parent company: Electricite de France
- Location: Seraing, Liege Province, Belgium
- Coordinates: 50.6030, 5.4917 (exact)
- Gross generating capacity (operating): 470 MW
- Gross generating capacity (proposed): 870 MW
- Gas-fired combined cycle, 870 MW (start-up not found)
Articles and Resources
- EDF Luminus continues to rationalise its thermal production facilities, EDF Luminus, June 27, 2016
- Annual electricity capacity update: Belgian supply to stabilise in period before nuclear phase-out, ICIS, Joachim Moxon, Jan 17, 2017
- EDF: 2018 Facts & Figures, EDF, accessed March 22, 2021
- Reference Document 2017 including the Annual Financial Report, EDF, Mar 2018
- Une nouvelle centrale gaz vapeur (TGV) sur le site de Seraing, Luminus, accessed Mar 22, 2021
- European Pollutant Release and Transfer Register (E-PRTR), European Union, version 16 (May 2019).
- EDF Luminus - thermal power generation in Belgium
- Global Energy Observatory ID 41967, accessed January 2020
- Elia "Detailed production park" data set dated July 3, 2019
- FRESNA (FIAS Renewable Energy Systems & Network Analysis) version 4.1 (July 2019)
- ENTSO-E Transparency Platform, ID 22W201806282---2, 22W201806283---Y, 22W201806284---T accessed November 2019