Mintia-Deva Power Station

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Mintia-Deva Power Plant
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Mintia-Deva Power Station is located in Romania
Mintia-Deva Power Station
Location of Mintia-Deva Power Plant in Romania
Country Romania
Location Hunedoara county
Coordinates 45°54′48″N 22°49′32″E / 45.91333°N 22.82556°E / 45.91333; 22.82556Coordinates: 45°54′48″N 22°49′32″E / 45.91333°N 22.82556°E / 45.91333; 22.82556
Status Active
Owner(s) Termoelectrica
Thermal power station
Primary fuel sub-bituminous coal
Power generation
Units operational 6
Nameplate capacity 1,285 MW

The Mintia-Deva Power Plant is Romania's third largest thermal power plant having 5 identical groups of 210 MW each and one of 235 MW thus totalling a capacity of 1285 MW.[1] The power plant is situated in the Hunedoara county (South-Eastern Transylvania), on the banks of the Mureş River, 7 kilometres (4.3 mi) from the city of Deva.

It is controlled by Electrocentrale Deva, a state owned company. The 3 chimneys of the power station are 220 metres tall.

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  1. ^ "Mintia-Deva Power Plant". Retrieved 8 April 2016. 

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