Shaoxing Binhai power station

From Global Energy Monitor

Shaoxing Binhai power station (浙能绍兴滨海热电公司) is an 885-megawatt (MW) coal-fired power station in Zhejiang Province, China.

An additional 57 MW is proposed.

Location

The undated satellite photo below shows the power station in Keqiao Town, Keqiao District, Shaoxing Prefecture.

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Background on Plant

Shaoxing Binhai power station began as a two-unit combined heat and power (CHP) coal-fired power plant with a total capacity of 600 MW in Zhejiang Province. The plant was completed in 2011, and is majority-owned by Zhejiang Provincial Energy Group.[1][2]

In 2015 Zhejiang Provincial Energy Group was permitted to add four 57 MW units to the power station.[3][4]

As of 2016 they are under construction and planned for operation in 2017.[5]

The first unit of the second phase (unit 3) was commissioned in April 2017.[6] Unit 4 was completed in July 2017,[7] and unit 5 in December 2017.[8] Unit 6 began operating in April 2018.[9]

Proposed expansion

In October 2017 plans were announced for a unit 7 of 57 MW.[10] It was permitted by the city in 2018, green-lighting the new unit for construction.[11]

In April 2020 the expansion of the plant was listed in the 2020 provincial construction plan. The expansion listed a unit 7 and unit 8 of 57 MW each.[12]

Unit 7 was commissioned in May 2021.[13]

Project Details

  • Sponsor: Zhejiang Provincial Energy Group (88%), Shaoxing Shaoneng Electric Power Investment Company (12%)
  • Location: Keqiao Binhai Industrial District, Jiuqiqiu, Shaoxing Prefecture, Zhejiang Province, China
  • Coordinates: 30.22652, 120.717248 (exact)
  • Status: Operating (Units 1-7), Pre-permit development (Unit 8)
  • Gross capacity: 828 MW (Units 1-2: 300 MW, Units 3-6: 57 MW), 114 MW (Units 7 & 8: 57 MW)
  • Type: Subcritical
  • Start year: 2011 (Units 1-2), 2017 (Units 3-5), 2018 (Unit 6), 2021 (Unit 7)
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