Tekirdağ Malkara power station
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Tekirdağ Malkara power station is a proposed 1,000 megawatt (MW) coal-fired power plant in Turkey.
The plant would be located in Malkara, Tekirdağ district, Turkey.
Background on Plant
There have been previous attempts at exploiting the lignite reserves in Malkara. In June 2013, The Ministry of Environment and Urbanisation proposed an environmental plan that would legalize the construction of a coal plant in the district. An alliance of local advocacy groups called Trakya Platformu (The Trace Platform) challenged the plan in court. As a result, the 6th chamber of the Council of State canceled the proposed plan in 2018, citing the potential damage to Tekirdağ's underground water reserves.
- Sponsor: EÜAŞ
- Parent company: EÜAŞ
- Location: Malkara, Tekirdağ district, Turkey
- Coordinates: 40.638726,27.0042947 (approximate)
- Status: Announced
- Gross capacity: 1000 MW
- Projected in service:
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Articles and resources
- Investors' Guide for Electricity Sector in Turkey, Ministry of Energy and Natural Resources, October 2020
- "TEKİRDAĞ-MALKARA LİNYİT SAHASI". EÜAŞ. Retrieved 6.1.2021. Check date values in:
- 1/100.000'LİK ÇEVRE DÜZENİ PLAN DEĞİŞİKLİĞİ DUYURUSU, Ministry of Environment and Urbanization, June 5, 2013
- Tekirdağ'da 2 kömürlü termik santral kurulması Danıştay'dan döndü, HaberTürk, February 7, 2019