Żerań Power Station
|Żerań Power Station|
Location of Żerań Power Station in Poland
|Official name||Elektrociepłownia Żerań|
|Thermal power station|
|Primary fuel||Hard coal|
|Thermal capacity||1,561 MWt|
|Nameplate capacity||350 MWe|
Żerań Heat Power Station (Polish: Elektrociepłownia Żerań) is a coal-fired heat power station in Białołęka, Warszawa, Poland. Built between 1952 and 1956 to Soviet design specifications – with the first turbine becoming operational on 21 July 1954 – it underwent modernisation in the years 1997-2001 when it was taken over by Vattenfall. It is now owned by PGNiG. The station has a heat generation capacity of 1,561 MW and an electric generation capacity of 350 MW.
Żerań Heat Power Station has three flue gas stacks: the tallest of which stands at 200 metres (660 ft) whilst the other two both reach a height of 110 metres (360 ft).
- 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.
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