Wang Sala Mill power station
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Wang Sala Mill power station is an approximately 60-megawatt (MW) coal-fired cogeneration power station in Thamuang, Kanchanaburi Province, Thailand.
The map below shows the likely location of the power station in Thamuang, Kanchanaburi Province, Thailand.
Thai Kraft Paper Industry Company Ltd.'s Wang Sala mill was founded in 1989.
In 1996, the company built a new cogeneration power plant unit for the mill. The company's turnkey contract was for a 149-MWt coal-fired Ahlstrom Pyroflow circulating fluidized bed boiler and a Siemens 34-MWe steam turbine (turbine #14). The mill already appeared to have a 26.2 MW unit (turbine #5), and potentially a 21.7 MW unit (turbine #6).
In 2018, SCG Packaging Public Company Limited's annual report noted that Siam Kraft Industry's Wangsala Plant was awarded a "Coal Management” award organized by the Department of Mineral Fuels, Ministry of Energy. SCG has also reportedly been taking measures to reduce its coal use. The Company’s main energy costs include coal and biomass used for coal-fired power plants that transmit electricity and steam for the Company’s production processes.
- Sponsor: Thai Kraft Paper Indust Co Ltd
- Parent company: SCG Packaging
- Location: Thamuang, Kanchanaburi Province, Thailand
- Coordinates: 13.944207, 99.711134 (exact)
- Coal type: Unknown
- Coal source:
- Gross generating capacity (operating): 34 MW (only includes unit above 30 MW)
- Unit 2: Coal-fired subcritical, 34 MW (start-up in 1996)
Articles and Resources
- "Ahlstrom contracts for Thailand cogen plant," Power Engineering International,
- "World Electric Power Plants Database, March 2018," S&P Global Platts, accessed June 2021
- "Welcome to Thai Kraft Paper Industry Company Ltd.," Energy Department Presentation, November 2005
- "Annual Report," SCG Packaging, 2018
- "Sustainability Report," SCG Packaging, 2019
- "Annual Report," SCG Packaging, 2020