List of power stations in Thailand

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The following page lists power stations in Thailand.

Non-renewable[edit]

Coal[edit]

Station Capacity (MW) Community Coordinates Status
Bang Pakong (units 1 - 2) 1,052 Operational
Bang Pakong (units 3 - 4) 1,152 Operational
Mae Moh (Units 4-7); (Units 8-13) 2,180 Operational
Krabi 315.00 Operational

Diesel[edit]

Station Capacity (MW) Community Coordinates Status
Mae Hong Son 4.40 Operational

Fuel oil[edit]

Station Capacity (MW) Community Coordinates Status
Krabi 170 Operational

Natural Gas[edit]

Station Capacity (MW) Community Coordinates Status
Bang Pakong (blocks 3-5) 1338 Operation
South Bangkok 1,588 Operation
Nam Phong (blocks 1 - 2) 650 Operation
Wang Noi (blocks 1-3) 1,910 Operation
Chana (block 1) 710 Operation
North Bangkok (block 1) 670 Operation
Chana (block 2) 800 Under construction: Two additional 1+1 blocks are on order for service in 2014
North Bangkok (block 2) 800 Under construction
Wang Noi (block 4) 800 Under construction

Nuclear[edit]

Station Capacity (MW) Community Coordinates Status
Tha Chana Proposed
Khanom Proposed
Sichon Proposed
Khlong Yai Proposed
Tha Tako Proposed

Renewable[edit]

Biomass[edit]

Main article: Biofuel in Thailand
Station Capacity (MW) Community Coordinates Status
Chiang Rai power stations 1 Operational
Lopburi power stations 7.5 Operational
Chachoengsao power stations  ? Operational
Ubon Ratchathani power stations  ? Operational
Siriwattana Green Power Co., LTD 9.9 Operational
Surin power stations  ? Operational
Roi Et power stations  ? Operational
Chumphon power stations  ? Operational
Yala power stations  ? Operational
Trang power stations 5.3 Operational

Hydroelectric[edit]

Station Capacity (MW) Community Coordinates Status
Ban Yang Dam 0.13 Operational
Ban Khun Klang Dam 0.20 Operational
Bang Lang Dam 72 6°9′23″N 101°16′25″E / 6.15639°N 101.27361°E / 6.15639; 101.27361 (Bang Lang Dam) Operational[1]
Ban Santi 1.28 Operational
Bhumibol Dam 749 17°14′33″N 98°58′20″E / 17.24250°N 98.97222°E / 17.24250; 98.97222 (Bhumibol Dam) Operational[2]
Chulabhorn Dam 40 16°32′10″N 101°39′0″E / 16.53611°N 101.65000°E / 16.53611; 101.65000 (Chulabhorn Dam) Operational
Chao Phraya Dam 19 15°9′29″N 100°10′48″E / 15.15806°N 100.18000°E / 15.15806; 100.18000 (Chao Phraya Dam) Operational
Huai Kui Mang Dam 0.10 Operational
Huai Kum Dam 1.06 Operational
Kaeng Krachan Dam 12 12°54′57″N 99°37′51″E / 12.91583°N 99.63083°E / 12.91583; 99.63083 (Kaeng Krachan Dam) Operational[3]
Khlong Chong Klam Dam 0.02 Operational
Lam Takhong Pumped Storage Power Plant 500 14°51′54″N 101°33′37″E / 14.86500°N 101.56028°E / 14.86500; 101.56028 (Lam Takhong Dam) Operational
Mae Ngat Somboon Chon Dam 9 19°9′41″N 99°2′24″E / 19.16139°N 99.04000°E / 19.16139; 99.04000 (Mae Ngat Somboon Chon Dam) Operational[4]
Nam Pung Dam 6 Operational
Pak Mun Dam 136 15°16′55″N 105°28′06″E / 15.28194°N 105.46833°E / 15.28194; 105.46833 (Pak Mun Dam) Operational[2]
Rajjaprabha Dam 240 Operational
Sirikit Dam 500 17°45′50″N 100°33′48″E / 17.76389°N 100.56333°E / 17.76389; 100.56333 (Sirikit Dam) Operational[2]
Srinagarind Dam 720 14°24′31″N 99°07′42″E / 14.40861°N 99.12833°E / 14.40861; 99.12833 (Srinagarind Dam) Operational[2]
Sirindhorn Dam 36 15°12′22″N 105°25′24″E / 15.20611°N 105.42333°E / 15.20611; 105.42333 (Sirindhorn Dam) Operational
Tha Thung Na Dam 38 14°14′1″N 99°14′9″E / 14.23361°N 99.23583°E / 14.23361; 99.23583 (Tha Thung Na Dam) Operational[5]
Ubol Ratana Dam 25.2 16°46′31″N 102°37′05″E / 16.77528°N 102.61806°E / 16.77528; 102.61806 (Ubol Ratana Dam) Operational
Vajiralongkorn Dam 300 14°47′58″N 98°35′49″E / 14.79944°N 98.59694°E / 14.79944; 98.59694 (Vajiralongkorn Dam) Operational
Mae Wong Dam 15°55′1″N 99°19′39″E / 15.91694°N 99.32750°E / 15.91694; 99.32750 (Mae Wong Dam) Proposed
Kaeng Suea Ten Dam 18°36′0″N 100°9′0″E / 18.60000°N 100.15000°E / 18.60000; 100.15000 (Kaeng Suea Ten Dam) Proposed
Pakchom Dam Proposed
Ban Koum Dam Proposed

Geothermal[edit]

Station Capacity (MW) Community Coordinates Status
Fang Geothermal Power Plant 0.3 Operational
San Kamphaeng  ? Operational
Mae Chan  ? Operational
Wiang Pa Pao  ? Operational
Wang Chin  ? Operational

Solar[edit]

Station Capacity (MW) Community Coordinates Status
Lampang Solar Farm 90 Operational
Phitsanulok Solar Farm 90 Operational
Lopburi Solar Farm 73.16 15°3′6″N 100°53′32″E / 15.05167°N 100.89222°E / 15.05167; 100.89222 Operational
Khon Kaen Solar Farm 60 Operational
Korat Solar Farm 54 Operational
Nakhon Pathom Solar Farm 24 Operational
Saraburi Solar Farm 22.5 Operational
Buriram Solar Farm 18 Operational
Surin Solar Farm 18 Operational
Nakhon Phanom Solar Farm 18 Operational
Sakon Nakhon Solar Farm 12 Operational
Roi Et Solar Farm 12 Operational
Nong Khai Solar Farm 6 Operational
Udon Thani Solar Farm 6 Operational

Wind[edit]

Station Capacity (MW) Turbines Community Coordinates Status
Korat Wind Farm 207 90 15°11′37″N 101°27′9″E / 15.19361°N 101.45250°E / 15.19361; 101.45250 Operational
Laem Chabang Wind Farm 200 84 13°4′14″N 100°53′59″E / 13.07056°N 100.89972°E / 13.07056; 100.89972 Operational
Chaiyaphum Wind Farm 80 32 15°33′17″N 101°34′12″E / 15.55472°N 101.57000°E / 15.55472; 101.57000 Operational
Phetchabun Wind Farm 60 24 16°43′53″N 100°59′22″E / 16.73139°N 100.98944°E / 16.73139; 100.98944 Operational
Nakhon Si Thammarat Wind Farm 20 8 8°19′47″N 100°12′32″E / 8.32972°N 100.20889°E / 8.32972; 100.20889 Operational
Phrom Thep Cape 20 8 Operational
Lam Ta Khong 5 2 Operational

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Bang Lang Dam". Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand (EGAT). Retrieved 2 July 2014. 
  2. ^ a b c d "Hydroelectric Power Plants in Thailand". Gallery. Power Plants Around The World. 12 June 2009. Retrieved 1 March 2014. 
  3. ^ "Kaeng Krachan Dam". Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand (EGAT). Retrieved 2 July 2014. 
  4. ^ "Mae Ngat Somboon Chon Dam". Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand (EGAT). Retrieved 7 July 2014. 
  5. ^ "Tha Thung Na Dam". Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand (EGAT). Retrieved 7 July 2014. 

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