Tychy power station
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Tychy Power Station is a 165-megawatt (MW) coal-fired powered station in Tychy, Poland.
The map below shows Tychy, the approximate area where the plant is located.
Tychy Power Station is owned by the Tauron Group's Polska Energia, Poland’s second-largest utility. The company plans to convert its 50 MW unit 1 and 65 MW unit 2 from coal to biomass, to meet stricter emissions limits that will be taking effect in 2016.
New coal unit
The unit was completed in June 2016.
Project Details of Unit 3
- Sponsor: Tauron Cieplo Sa
- Parent company: Tauron Group
- Location: Tychy, Slaskie, Poland
- Coordinates: 50.121801, 19.020002 (approximate)
- Status: Operating
- Capacity: 50 MW
- Type: Subcritical
- Start date: 2016
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- Coal Source:
- Source of financing:
Articles and Resources
- "Tauron Gets State Funding to Switch Coal-Fired Plant to Biomass," Bloomberg, April 12, 2012.
- "CHP unit being converted from coal to biomass in Tychy, Poland," Idea Industry News, April 6, 2014
- "Elektrobudowa finiszuje z blokiem dla Tauronu w Tychach," budownictwo, Apr 21, 2016
- "TAURON Group's H1 2016 results impacted by write-offs," Tauron Group, 17.08.2016
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