Tuzla Power Station
|Tuzla Power Plant|
|Location||Tuzla, Bosnia and Herzegovina|
|Generation units||2 X 32 MW
1 X 100 MW
2 X 200 MW
1 X 215 MW
|Installed capacity||715 MW|
|Annual generation||3,100 GW·h|
|As of 2 January 2011|
Tuzla Power station is a coal-fired power station in Tuzla, Bosnia and Herzegovina. It is the largest power station in Bosnia and Herzegovina. It is operated by Elektroprivreda Bosne i Hercegovine (EBiH).
The power station has an installed electric capacity of 715 MW (without two 32 MW units) and it produces around 3.1 TWh of electricity per year. In addition, it supplies heat for Tuzla and Lukavac. The plant burns 330,000 tons of coal annually.
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