Oi Thermal Power Station

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Oi Power Station
Oi karyoku hatsudensho.JPG
CountryJapan
LocationShinagawa, Tokyo
Coordinates35°36′54″N 139°45′24″E / 35.61500°N 139.75667°E / 35.61500; 139.75667Coordinates: 35°36′54″N 139°45′24″E / 35.61500°N 139.75667°E / 35.61500; 139.75667
StatusOperational
Commission date1971
Owner(s)Tepco
Thermal power station
Primary fuelFuel oil
Power generation
Units operational3 × 350 MW
Nameplate capacity1,050 MW
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CommonsRelated media on Commons

Oi Power Station (大井火力発電所, Ōi karyokuhatsudensho) is a large thermal power station in Shinagawa, Tokyo, Japan. The power station generates electricity utilizing three units of 350 MW, which run on crude oil, with a total installed capacity of 1,050 MW. The first unit went online in August 1971, followed by Unit 2 in February 1972, and Unit 3 in December 1973. The facility is located on a 190 km2 (73 sq mi) site.[1][2]

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