Herrenwyk power station

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Herrenwyk power station was a coal-fired power station in Lübeck-Herrenwyk, Germany. It was the first regional power station in Schleswig-Holstein.[1] The power station was owned and operated by Nordwestdeutsche Kraftwerke Aktiengesellschaft (now part of E.ON).[2]

Construction of the power station started in 1910 and the power station was commissioned on 11 June 1911.[2][3] In 1955, a new 25 megawat (MW) unit was commissioned.[2] In 1992, the Lübeck-Herrenwyk power station was demolished after the bankruptcy and demolition of a local metallurgical plant.

There was a proposal to build a new 400 MW power station at the site of the demolished power station. However, in 2000 E.ON abandoned this project because of the existing overcapacity in the electricity market.[4]

In 1994, the Baltic Cable's static invertor plant was built on the site of former power station.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Bardua, Sven (1998-03-17). "Technische Denkmäler in Lübeck" [Technical attractions in Lübeck] (in German). Lübecker Stadtzeitung. Archived from the original on 2002-07-2007. Retrieved 2009-09-26. 
  2. ^ a b c "PreussenElektra Aktiengesellschaft". FundingUniverse. Retrieved 2008-07-27. 
  3. ^ "Der Siegeszug der Elektrizität" [The triumph of electricity] (in German). Lübecker Stadtzeitung. 2000-04-11. Retrieved 2009-09-26. 
  4. ^ "Schleswig-Holstein hält nach Absage von Kraftwerksbauer E.ON an Ausbau der Kraft-Wärme-Kopplung fest" [Schleswig-Holstein holds after cancellation of E. ON power plant development of combined heat and power] (in German). Strom-Magazin.de. 2000-11-15. Retrieved 2009-09-26.