Northfleet Power Station was a coal, later oil-fired power station on the south bank of the Thames at Northfleet, Kent.
The station opened in 1963 as a coal-burning station. It was converted to burn oil in the early 1970s. The station closed in 1991.
Northfleet Power Station seen from the east, 1973.
In 2000 the Government gave permission to Scottish and Southern Energy plc to build a 110 MW gas-fired combined heat and power station to supply the heat and electricity needs of the Kimberly-Clark paper mill at Northfleet.