Zeran power station
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Zeran power station (Polish: Elektrociepłownia Żerań) is a 601-megawatt (MW) coal-fired heat power station in Warszawa, Poland.
A 490 MW gas plant is under construction at the site and, upon completion, will replace the coal plant.
The undated satellite photo below shows the Zeran Power Station in Warszawa.
In October 2017, PGNiG Termika officially started construction of a new 490 MW combined-cycle power plant at the site to replace the aging coal-fired units. It was planned for operation in 2020. However, as of March 2021 construction is reportedly ongoing.
- Sponsor: Pgnig Termika S.A.
- Parent company: PGNiG
- Location: Warszawa, Białołęka, Mazowieckie, Poland
- Coordinates: 52.294444, 20.993611 (exact)
- Gross capacity (operating): 601 MW
- Unit 9: 386 MW (1954) - subcritical coal
- Unit 10: 15 MW (1954) - subcritical coal
- Unit 11: 100 MW (1965) - subcritical coal
- Unit 12: 100 MW (2009) - subcritical coal
- Gross capacity (construction): 490 MW
- Combined-cycle unit: 490 MW (start-up planned 2020)
Resources and articles
- PGNiG Termika. "Our Plants". PGNiG Termika (in Polish). Retrieved 2014-02-18.
PGNiG TERMIKA owns five plants: HP Kawęczyn, CHP Pruszków, CHP Siekierki, CHP Żerań and HP Wola. They produce approximately 401 million GJ of heat which covers 70% of the demand in Warsaw and 60% in Pruszków, Piastów and Michałowice.CS1 maint: unrecognized language (link)
- "Construction of new power plant begins in Poland," Power Technology, Oct 31, 2017
- "Doosan Skoda supplying 155-MW steam turbine for Polish GTCC plant," PowerEng, 3.28.19
- Polskie Górnictwo Naftowe i Gazownictwo S A : Separate Financial Statement for the year 2020, Market Screener, Mar 25, 2021