Tsuruga power station

From Global Energy Monitor

The Tsuruga power station (敦賀発電所) is a 1,200MW coal-fired plant that is owned by Hokuriku Power Company.[1]

Location

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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.[2]

Unit 2 of the power station co-fires woody biomass.[3]

Project Details

Sponsor: Hokuriku Electric Power Co.
Location: Tsuruga City, Fukui, Japan
Coordinates: 35.6724, 136.08154 (exact)
Status: Operating
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:

Articles and Resources

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References

  1. 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.
  2. List of existing coal plants, Kiko Network, accessed Dec. 2017
  3. "Japan's Hokuriku mulls black pellets for biomass use," Argus Media, January 6, 2021

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