Shin Anegasaki power station
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Shin Anegasaki power station is a proposed 1,950-megawatt (MW) gas-fired power plant in Chiba Prefecture, Japan. This new, liquefied natural gas (LNG)-fired thermal power station is set to replace JERA's current Anegasaki gas-fired power station.
The below satellite image shows the location of the proposed Shin Anegasaki power station, which will be built at the site of the Anegasaki thermal power station in Ichihara-shi, Chiba Prefecture, Japan.
- Sponsor: JERA Co. Inc.
- Parent company: Tokyo Electric Power Company/Chubu Electric Power Company
- Location: Ichihara-shi, Chiba Prefecture, Japan
- Coordinates: 35.4848, 140.0180 (exact)
- Gross capacity (proposed): 1,950 MW
- Combined-cycle units 1-3: 650 MW per unit (to start 2023)
Articles and Resources
- "Anegasaki Thermal Power Station Replacement Plan Obtains Acknowledgement Notice Concerning Environmental Impact Statement" JERA, June 7, 2019.
- Anegasaki Thermal Power Station JERA, accessed November 2019.