Kozienice Power Station

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Kozienice Power Station
Świerże Górne, Elektrownia "Kozienice" S.A. - fotopolska.eu (216639).jpg
Kozienice Power Station is located in Poland
Kozienice Power Station
Location of Kozienice Power Station in Poland
Official name Elektrownia Kozienice
Country Poland
Location Świerże Górne
Coordinates 51°40′N 21°28′E / 51.667°N 21.467°E / 51.667; 21.467Coordinates: 51°40′N 21°28′E / 51.667°N 21.467°E / 51.667; 21.467
Status Operational
Commission date 1973
Owner(s) Grupa Energetyczna Enea SA
Operator(s) Elektrownia Kozienice SA
Thermal power station
Primary fuel Anthracite
Secondary fuel Biomass
Power generation
Units operational 8 x 215 MW
2 x 500 MW
Make and model Rafako
Deutsche Babcock
Nameplate capacity 2,820 MW
Annual output 11,000 GWh

The Kozienice Power Station is a coal-fired thermal power station in Świerże Górne near Kozienice, Poland. It is Poland's second largest power station with an installed capacity of 2,820 MW.[1]

The power station has one 300-metre (980 ft) high flue gas stack, which is one of Poland's tallest free standing structures, and two 200-metre (660 ft) high flue gas stacks. A further remarkable feature of it is that the powerlines running away from its switchyard are built as a roofstand on the top of the power station building. On 4 December 2013 four workers died in a fall, as a result of a platform failure within one of the chimneys.[2][3]

Kozienice Power Station as seen from the ferry stop on the Vistula

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