List of power stations in the Netherlands

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The following page lists all power stations in Netherlands.

Nuclear[edit]

Site City Coordinates Type MWe Operator Operational
Borssele Nuclear Power Station Borssele 51°25′52″N 3°43′01″E / 51.431°N 3.717°E / 51.431; 3.717 (Borssele Nuclear Power Station) PWR 485 EPZ 1974
Dodewaard Nuclear Power Plant Dodewaard 51°54′00″N 5°41′06″E / 51.900°N 5.685°E / 51.900; 5.685 (Dodewaard nuclear power plant) BWR 58 GKN 1963 (CLOSED in 1997)

Fossil[edit]

Site (units) City Coordinates Fuel MWe Operator Operational
Sloe Vlissingen Natural gas 870 EDF/DELTA 2010
Eems Eemshaven Natural gas 1750 Electrabel 1996
Magnum Eemshaven Natural gas 1311 NUON 2013
Rotterdam Natural Gas 870 Enecogen 2011
Eemshaven Coal 1600 Essent 2014
Maasstroom Rotterdam Natural Gas 425 Castleton 2010
Maxima Lelystad Natural gas 880 Electrabel 2010
Claus (A and C) Maasbracht 51°08′56″N 5°54′25″E / 51.149°N 5.907°E / 51.149; 5.907 (Claus power plant) Natural Gas 1900 Essent 1977 (unit C in 2012)
Moerdijk 51°41′10″N 4°34′52″E / 51.686°N 4.581°E / 51.686; 4.581 (Moerdijk power plant) Natural Gas 769 Essent 1997
Swentibold 50°58′44″N 5°48′29″E / 50.979°N 5.808°E / 50.979; 5.808 (Swentibold power plant) Natural Gas 231 Essent 1999
Borssele (BS12) Borssele Coal 426 EPZ 1988 (closed in 2015)
Gelderland (CG13) Nijmegen Coal/biomass 602 Electrabel 1982 (closed in 2016)
Maasvlakte (MV1 and MV2) Rotterdam Coal/biomass 1040 E.ON 1988 (closed in 2017)
Maasvlakte (MPP3) Rotterdam Coal 1070 E.ON 2013
Amer (AC8 and AC9) Geertruidenberg 51°42′07″N 4°50′31″E / 51.702°N 4.842°E / 51.702; 4.842 (Amer power plant) Coal/biomass 1245 Essent 1981 (unit AC9 in 1994)
Hemweg (HW8) Amsterdam Coal 630 NUON 1995

Wind[edit]

Megawatt electric (MWe)[edit]

It is the electric output of a power plant in megawatt. The electric output of a power plant is equal to the thermal overall power multiplied by the efficiency of the plant. The power plant efficiency of light water reactors amounts to 33 to 35% compared to up to 40% for modern coal-, oil- or gas-fired power plants.

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