Tatan Power Plant
|Tatan Power Plant|
|Country||Republic of China|
|Location||Guanyin, Taoyuan, Taiwan|
January 2009 (Unit 6)
|Thermal power station|
|Primary fuel||Natural gas|
|Nameplate capacity||4,384 MW|
The Tatan Power Plant, Dah-Tarn Power Plant or Ta-Tan Power Plant (Chinese: 大潭發電廠; pinyin: Dàtán Fādiànchǎng) is a gas-fired power plant in Guanyin District, Taoyuan City, Taiwan. At the capacity of 4,384 MW, the plant is the world's largest gas turbine combined cycle power plant and Taiwan's largest gas-fired power plant.
On 31 December 2009, the power plant combined cycle Unit 4 and 5 were converted from low pressure to high pressure and started commercial operation on the day. This conversion increased the plant capacity by 507.4 MW.
In 2012, the power plant carried out the Guidance Plan for Energy Industry Adaptive Action in Response to Climate Change to conduct an analysis on the impact of climate change, a vulnerability check and risk evaluation for the facilities within their domain.
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