Power station Berlin-Wilmersdorf
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Construction of the facility, which belongs to the BEWAG, started in 1973.
It has three blocks with a power of 110 megawatts, each equipped with a 102 metre high chimney. This very striking facility received an architectural prize in the 1980s. It is not located nearby a river and therefore must take its cooling water from underground. There was an explosion on January 2, 1992 in one of the blocks. It is run by Vattenfall Europe, a subdivision of Vattenfall.
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