Kielce Power Station

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Kielce Power Station
Elektrociepłownia Kielce.jpg
Official nameElektrociepłownia Kielce
Coordinates50°53′52″N 20°37′0″E / 50.89778°N 20.61667°E / 50.89778; 20.61667Coordinates: 50°53′52″N 20°37′0″E / 50.89778°N 20.61667°E / 50.89778; 20.61667
Commission date1987
Thermal power station
Primary fuelCoal
Secondary fuelBiomass
Power generation
Units operational1 x 140 MW
6 x 25 MW
1 x 10 MW
Nameplate capacity300 MW
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Kielce Power Station (Polish: Elektrociepłownia Kielce) is a coal-fired combined power and heat plant at Kielce, Poland. It went operational in 1987 and consists of one 140 MW unit, six 25 MW units and one 10 MW cogeneration unit. It is operated by PGE.

The facility has two flue gas stacks, which are both equipped with telecommunication equipment, whereby the larger chimney, which is 213-metre (699 ft) tall with rooftop antennas (without it is 200-metre (660 ft) tall) is used for FM- and TV-broadcasting. The other chimney is 114-metre (374 ft) tall.

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