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Intergen states that it has intersts in 12 power generation plants with a total installed capacity of 8,146 megawatts. Intergen's equity share of the plants is equal to 6,312 MW of capacity. The power stations are located in the UK, the Netherlands, Mexico, the Philippines and Australia.
Coal fired power stations
Intergen owns the Millmerran Power Station, a 850 megawatt coal-fired power station near the town of Millmerran on the Darling Downs in southern Queensland. The plant is an air-cooled supercitical design which the company states uses 10% less coal and 90% less water than conventional coal plants. Intergen states that the Millmerran Operating Company "employs 50 people directly and 150 people indirectly when coal mine employees and other sub-contractors are included." Coal for the power station is sourced from the adjacent Commodore mine.
- Member, Ash Development Association of Australia, a lobby group promoting the use of ash from coal-fired power stations in building materials and other uses.