Dry Creek Power Station
|Dry Creek Power Station|
|Location||Dry Creek, South Australia|
|Commission date||ca. 1978|
|Owner(s)||Engie Energy International|
|Operator(s)||Engie Energy International|
|Thermal power station|
|Primary fuel||Natural gas|
|Turbine technology||Open cycle gas turbine|
|Nameplate capacity||156 MW|
Dry Creek Power Station is a power station at Dry Creek in the northern suburbs of Adelaide, South Australia. It is owned and operated by Synergen Power, a joint venture of Engie and Mitsui. The power station has three open cycle gas turbines, each rated at 52MW.
As well as peaking electricity generation, the power station also provides ancillary services to support electricity grid stability. Dry Creek Power Station was established around 1978. It receives gas from the Moomba Adelaide Pipeline System.
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- "Synergen Peaking Units". Engie. Retrieved 27 November 2017.
- Electricity Trust of South Australia (1978), Dry Creek Power Station, The Trust, retrieved 27 November 2017 Index entry only
- "Appendix A - South Australia's Electricity and Gas Industries" (PDF). 29 April 2009. p. 17. Archived from the original (PDF) on 20 December 2016. Retrieved 27 November 2017.
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