Shandong Xinfa Haoji power station

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Shandong Xinfa Haoji power station (信发信源铝业郝集电厂) is an operating power station of at least 1440-megawatts (MW) in Haoji Town, Chiping, Liaocheng, Shandong, China.

Location

Table 1: Project-level location details

Plant name Location Coordinates (WGS 84)
Shandong Xinfa Haoji power station Haoji Town, Chiping, Liaocheng, Shandong, China 36.4873847, 116.3332415 (exact)

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Unit-level coordinates (WGS 84):

  • Phase I Unit 1, Phase I Unit 2, Phase II Unit 3, Phase II Unit 4: 36.4873847, 116.3332415

Project Details

Table 2: Unit-level details

Unit name Status Fuel(s) Capacity (MW) Technology Start year
Phase I Unit 1 operating coal: bituminous 360 supercritical 2011
Phase I Unit 2 operating coal: bituminous 360 supercritical 2012
Phase II Unit 3 operating coal: bituminous 360 supercritical 2014
Phase II Unit 4 operating coal: bituminous 360 supercritical 2014

Table 3: Unit-level ownership and operator details

Unit name Owner Parent
Phase I Unit 1 Liaocheng Xinyuan Group Co Ltd [100%] Chiping Xinyou Enterprise Management Co Ltd [75.0%]; Dongfang Energy (Hong Kong) International Trading [25.0%]
Phase I Unit 2 Liaocheng Xinyuan Group Co Ltd [100%] Chiping Xinyou Enterprise Management Co Ltd [75.0%]; Dongfang Energy (Hong Kong) International Trading [25.0%]
Phase II Unit 3 Liaocheng Xinyuan Group Co Ltd [100%] Chiping Xinyou Enterprise Management Co Ltd [75.0%]; Dongfang Energy (Hong Kong) International Trading [25.0%]
Phase II Unit 4 Liaocheng Xinyuan Group Co Ltd [100%] Chiping Xinyou Enterprise Management Co Ltd [75.0%]; Dongfang Energy (Hong Kong) International Trading [25.0%]

Project-level captive use details

  • Captive industry use (heat or power): both
  • Captive industry: Aluminum

Background on Project

The power station consists of four units of 350 MW each (or 360 MW based on government sources), owned by Chiping Xinyuan Aluminum.[1][2]

Unit 1 went into operation in December 2011 and unit 2 in January 2012.[3] Unit 3 went into operation in June 2014,[4][5] and Unit 4 in September 2014.[6]

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