Dolna Odra Power Station

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Dolna Odra Power Station
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Dolna Odra Power Station is located in Poland
Dolna Odra Power Station
Location of Dolna Odra Power Station
Official name Elektrownia Dolna Odra
Country Poland
Location Nowe Czarnowo, West Pomeranian Voivodeship
Coordinates 53°12′28″N 14°28′2″E / 53.20778°N 14.46722°E / 53.20778; 14.46722Coordinates: 53°12′28″N 14°28′2″E / 53.20778°N 14.46722°E / 53.20778; 14.46722
Status Operational
Commission date 1974
Owner(s) PGE
Operator(s) PGE Zespol Elektrowni Dolna Odra SA
Power generation
Primary fuel Coal
Units operational 2 x 220 MW
6 x 232 MW
Make and model Rafako
Zamech
LMZ
Dolmel
Electrosila
Nameplate capacity 1,772
Thermal capacity 100 MWt

Dolna Odra Power Station is a coal-fired power station at Nowe Czarnowo near Gryfino in West Pomeranian Voivodeship, Poland. It consists of 8 units, 2 with 220 MW and 6 with 232 MW, which went in service between 1974 and 5 to 8 were awarded in 1977. Since 1993, Dolna Odra has gone through modernization process. In 2000, units 7 and 8 were equipped by new controls systems from Pavilion Technologies and ABB. Starting from October 2002, the flue gas from the units 5–8 is cleaned at the flue-gas desulfurization plant, built by Lurgi Lentjes.[1] PGE also plans to build two new natural gas-fired units with capacity of 432 MW each.

Dolna Odra Power Station has three flue gas stacks: one with a height of 250 metres (820 ft), one with a height of 200 metres (660 ft), and one with a height of 170 metres (560 ft). A second 250 metres (820 ft) tall flue gas stack was demolished in a non-explosive way after construction of a smoke cleaning facility, which uses the mentioned 200 metres (660 ft) tall stack.

On 24 January 2010, an explosion of coal dust killed one employee and injured three. Part of a plant's coal supply system has been damaged.[2]

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  1. ^ "FGD Limestone Plant. Dolna Odra, Poland" (PDF). AE&E Lentjes GmbH. Retrieved 2010-11-28. 
  2. ^ "Information on accident in the Dolna Odra Power Plant" (PDF) (Press release). PGE. 2010-01-25. Retrieved 2010-11-28.