Yeosu Hanwha power station

From Global Energy Monitor

Yeosu Hanwha power station is a coal- and gas-fired power station in North Jeolla Province, South Korea.[1] 250-megawatts (MW) is coal-fired.


The map below shows Hanwha facilities at the Yeosu National Industrial Complex, the location the plant.

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Background on Plant

The plant is located at the Hanwha Yeosu chemical plant in the city of Yeosu. It consists of two 125 MW subcritical steam units that began operating in 2010. It is owned by Hanwha Chemical Corp. of the Hanwha Group.[2]

Yeosu Cogeneration Co., Ltd. was established in 2007. Hanwha Energy was established in 2012.[1][3]

In November 2021, Hanwha Energy and other power station owners entered into a voluntary pollution reduction agreement with the Yeongsan River Basin Environment Agency.[4]

Project Details

  • Sponsor: Hanwha Energy
  • Parent company: Hanwha Corporation
  • Location: Yeosu, Jeollabuk (North Jeolla Province), South Korea
  • Coordinates: 34.82357, 127.66519 (exact)
  • Status: Operating
  • Gross Capacity: 250 MW (Units 1&2: 125 MW)
  • Type: Subcritical
  • In Service Year: 2010
  • Coal Type: Bituminous
  • Coal Source:
  • Source of financing:

Articles and resources


  1. 1.0 1.1 “About Yeosu,” Hanwha Energy, accessed November 2021
  2. "Company Overview," Hanwha Group, accessed January 2016
  3. “About Hanwha Energy,” Hanwha Energy, accessed November 2021
  4. “"오염물질 배출 할당량 이하로"…영산강환경청·9개 사업장 협약,”, November 17 2021

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