Stalowa Wola power station

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Stalowa Wola power station is a 250-megawatt coal-fired power station in Podkarpackie, Poland.

The coal plant is on standby. A new 450 MW combined-cycle power plant was commissioned at the site on September 30, 2020.


The map below shows the plant in Stalowa Wola.

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The four units of Stalowa Wola power station were commissioned from 1958 to 1966. Units 1-2 of 50 MW each were retired in 2009.[1] Units 3-4 of 125 MW each are on standby mode.[2]

In 2012 plans were announced for construction of a new 450 MW combined-cycle power plant at the site. Operation was planned for 2015. The plant is sponsored by Elektrocieplownia Stalowa Wola, a joint venture between PGNiG and Tauron Group.[3]

In June 2019, S&P Global reported that Tauron plans to finish the delayed 450 MW CCGT in 2020.[4]

In August 2020, S&P Global reported that Tauron had completed the synchronization of the nearly five year-delayed, US$403 million CCGT with the national grid, and that it would enter a testing phase before the intended start-up of operations in September 2020.[5] That start-up was delayed again on September 7.[6] The unit officially came online September 30, 2020.[7]

Plant Details

  • Sponsor: Elektrocieplownia Stalowa Wola
  • Parent company: PGNiG, Tauron Group
  • Location: Stalowa Wola, Podkarpackie, Poland
  • Coordinates: 50.553861, 22.079104 (exact)
  • Gross capacity (operating): 700 MW
    • Unit 3: 125 MW (1958) - subcritical coal (standby)
    • Unit 4: 125 MW (1966) - subcritical coal (standby)
    • Combined-cycle unit: Gas-fired combined cycle with CHP, 450 MW (start-up in 2020)

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