Keephills Generating Station
|Keephills Generating Station|
near Keephills, Alberta
|Owner(s)||TransAlta & Capital Power|
|Thermal power station|
|Nameplate capacity||800 MW|
The station consists of the following units:
- Unit 1 and 2 are each 400 MW unit operated and owned by TransAlta.
- Unit 3 is a 450 MW unit, built as a joint venture between TransAlta and Capital Power Corporation. It came onstream in 2011. This unit is a supercritical boiler manufactured by Hitachi. The unit cost about $1.98 billion to build.
The plant has two 138.6 m (455 ft) smokestacks.
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