Lamma Power Station
|Lamma Power Station
|Location||Po Lo Tsui, Lamma Island, New Territories|
|Lamma Power Station|
Lamma Power Station (Chinese: 南丫發電廠), informally known as Lamma Island Power Station, is a coal and gas-fired power station in Po Lo Tsui, Lamma Island, Hong Kong. With the installed capacity of 3,736 MW, the power station is the second largest coal-fired power station in Hong Kong after Castle Peak Power Station.
Built in 1982 (with several later additions) for Hongkong Electric, the station provides power to Hong Kong Island and Lamma Island. By mid-2006, the total installed capacity of the power station was 3,736 MW.
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