List of power stations in Hungary

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The following page is a full list of power stations in Hungary that are at least 50 MW in capacity. The list is based on information from the Hungarian grid operator MAVIR.[1] Plants that were permanently shut down are excluded.

Name of plant Years built Capacity
(MW)
Number of turbines
(db)
Capacity per turbine
(MW)
Fuel
Dunai Vasmű Power Plant (Dunaújváros) 1950-1956 64 4 brown gas, natural gas
Pécs Thermal Power Plant 1955-1966 70 2 35, 35 natural gas, wood, 35 MW on permanent hiatus
Ajka Thermal Power Plant 1957-1962 102 3 biomass, imported coal, 54 MW on permanent hiatus
Kispest Power Plant 2003 113 1 113 natural gas, fuel oil
Kelenföld Gas Turbine Plant 1990-1996 188 4 129, 49, 5, 5 natural gas, fuel oil
Újpest Gas Turbine Plant 1999-2002 105 1 105 natural gas, fuel oil
Mátra Power Plant (Gagarin) (Visonta) 1965-1973 966 5 100, 200 lignite, biomass, solar
Paks Nuclear Power Plant 1973-1986 1889 4 473 uranium dioxide
Dunamenti Gas Turbine
(Százhalombatta)
1989-1998 794 3 408, 145, 241 natural gas
Peak power plants of MVM (Litér, Sajószöged) 1995-1998 240 2 120 fuel oil
Lőrinci Gas Turbine Plant 1997-2000 170 1 170 fuel oil
Csepel Gas Turbine Plant 1995-2000 410 3 118, 146, 146 natural gas, fuel oil
Debrecen Combined Cycle Plant 1999-2000 95 1 95 natural gas, on permanent hiatus but may restart
Ajka Gas Turbine Plant 2009-2010 116 2 58 natural gas, fuel oil
Gönyű Combined Cycle Plant 2010-2011 433 1 433 natural gas

Details on the Paks Nuclear Plant[edit]

  • Paks - 4 VVER 440 MWe reactors[2]
Station Site Coordinates Type Net capacity Construction date Grid date
PAKS-1 Paks 46°34′21″N 18°51′09″E / 46.572389°N 18.852507°E / 46.572389; 18.852507 (Paks Nuclear Power Station, Unit 1) VVER-440/V213 460 MWe 01-Aug-74 28-Dec-82
PAKS-2 Paks 46°34′24″N 18°51′08″E / 46.57334°N 18.852357°E / 46.57334; 18.852357 (Paks Nuclear Power Station, Unit 2) VVER-440/V213 460 MWe 01-Aug-74 06-Sept-84
PAKS-3 Paks 46°34′29″N 18°51′09″E / 46.574837°N 18.852378°E / 46.574837; 18.852378 (Paks Nuclear Power Station, Unit 3) VVER-440/V213 460 MWe 01-Oct-79 28-Sept-86
PAKS-4 Paks 46°34′33″N 18°51′08″E / 46.575759°N 18.852357°E / 46.575759; 18.852357 (Paks Nuclear Power Station, Unit 4) VVER-440/V213 470 MWe 01-Oct-79 16-Aug-87

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "A Magyar Villamosenergia-rendszer közép- és hosszú távú forrásoldali kapacitásfejlesztése 2016". mavir.hu (in Hungarian). p. 15. Retrieved 11 July 2017. 
  2. ^ "Paks Nuclear Power Plant Hungary - GEO". globalenergyobservatory.org. Retrieved 11 July 2017.