Werdohl-Elverlingsen Power Station

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Kraftwerk Werdohl-Elverlingsen
Coal-fired power station Werdohl Elverlingsen Germany.jpg
Kohlekraftwerk Werdohl-Elverlingsen, 2008
Country Germany
Location NRW, near Werdohl
Coordinates 51°16′34.9″N 7°42′20.4″E / 51.276361°N 7.705667°E / 51.276361; 7.705667Coordinates: 51°16′34.9″N 7°42′20.4″E / 51.276361°N 7.705667°E / 51.276361; 7.705667
Status Operational
Commission date 1971
Owner(s) Mark-E
Thermal power station
Primary fuel Coal (Bituminous), Natural Gas, Natural Gas
Cooling source Lenne river
Power generation
Nameplate capacity 693 MW

Werdohl-Elverlingsen Power Station is a coal and gas fired power station in the state of North Rhine-Westphalia near Werdohl, Germany on the Lenne river; its water used for cooling.

Since 1912, this power station consumes natural gas and coal to produce it' electricity. Its current owner and operator is Mark-E.