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Kolubara power station

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Kolubara power station is a 270-megawatt coal-fired power station in Beograd, Serbia. It consists of five units of 32 MW to 110 MW each, commissioned from 1956 to 1979. It is owned and operated by Elektroprivreda Srbije (EPS), a government-owned utility.[1]


The plant is located in the village Veliki Crljeni.

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Coal supply

Coal for the plant is supplied by an EPS subsidiary, MB Kolubara plc, which operates four coal mines -- the Polje B mine, the Polje D mine, the Tamnava Istok mine and the Tamnava Zapad mine.[2]

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