ZW Nowa power station
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ZW Nowa power station is a coal-powered station in Slaskie, Poland. It provides power for the ArcelorMittal Dąbrowa Górnicza steel plant.
The undated satellite photo below shows the plant in Slaskie.
ZW Nowa is a 150-megawatt coal and heat plant in Dąbrowa Górnicza, built between 1980-1992. Units 1-4 are 25 MW, and unit 5 is 50 MW. The plant provides power for the ArcelorMittal Dąbrowa Górnicza steel plant.
In August 2014 Tauron Group signed a deal with ArcelorMittal steel conglomerate to create a new entity called JV Tameh Holding. Tauron said in a press release that the new entity will operate power generation assets currently held by both companies. Tameh’s assets will include the ZW Nowa heat and power plant.
Project Details of unit 6
- Sponsor: JV Tameh Holding
- Parent company: Tauron Group, ArcelorMittal
- Location: Dąbrowa Górnicza, Slaskie, Poland
- Coordinates: 50.347756, 19.278159 (exact)
- Status: Operating
- Capacity: 55 MW
- Type: Subcritical
- Start date: 2015
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Articles and Resources
- "Prezentacja programu PowerPoint - Raport roczny 2013," Tauron Group, 2014
- "Construction work begins on turbogenerator in Dabrowa Gornicza," CEE Construction, 12 July 2013
- "TAURON Group’s 2014 financial results," Tauron, March 2015
- "Tauron and ArcelorMittal agree on joint venture," WBJ, August 11, 2014
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