Hirono Power Station
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|Hirono Power Station|
|Primary fuel||Fuel oil, Crude oil|
|Nameplate capacity||3,800 MW|
The plant has an installed capacity of 3,800 MW. Power is generated by three 600 MW units, and two 1,000 MW units. Units 1 to 4 run on fuel oil and crude oil, whereas unit 5 (600 MW) runs on coal.
- List of fuel oil power stations
- List of largest power stations in the world
- List of power stations in Japan
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- Hiromasa Momma; Junichi Ishiguro; Takayuki Suto; Toshihiro Miyawaki; Ryuji Iwamoto; Tsuyoshi Nakahara (October 2004). "Commencement of the Commercial Operation of 600 MW Unit, "Hirono No. 5 Thermal Power Station of The Tokyo Electric Power Co., Inc."". Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Technical Review (Mitsubishi Heavy Industries) 41 (5): 264–267.
- Tepco. "Restoration of devastated thermal power station". Retrieved 2013-01-26.
- Tsuyoshi Inajima (2011-07-04). "Tokyo Electric Starts No. 1 Unit at Hirono Thermal-Power Station". Bloomberg.com. Retrieved 2013-01-26.
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