Tsuruga power station
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The Tsuruga power station (敦賀発電所) is a 1,200MW coal-fired plant that is owned by Hokuriku Power Company.
This map shows the location of the plant in Tsuruga City, Fukui, Japan.
Background on plant
The Tsuruga power station is a 1,200MW coal-fired plant in Tsuruga City, Fukui, Japan. Unit 1 (500MW) was commissioned in 1991 and Unit 2 (700MW) was commissioned in 2000.
Unit 2 of the power station co-fires woody biomass.
Sponsor: Hokuriku Electric Power Co.
Location: Tsuruga City, Fukui, Japan
Coordinates: 35.6724, 136.08154 (exact)
Gross capacity: Unit 1 500MW; Unit 2 700MW
Type: Unit 1 is Supercritical; Unit 2 is Ultra-supercritical
Projected in service: Unit 1 in 1991; Unit 2 in 2000
Coal Type: Bituminous
Coal Source: imported
Estimated annual CO2:
Source of financing:
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- Federation of Electric Power Companies of Japan, "Principal Thermal Power Plants (1,000MW or greater)", Federation of Electric Power Companies of Japan, accessed August 2009.
- List of existing coal plants, Kiko Network, accessed Dec. 2017
- "Japan's Hokuriku mulls black pellets for biomass use," Argus Media, January 6, 2021
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