Kendal Power Station

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The Kendal Power Station is a coal-fired station owned by the South African publicly-owned electricity utility Eskom.

The power station has an installed capacity of 4,116 megawatts (MW) installed capacity comprising 6 X 686 MW units. The power station is located at Witbank, Mpumalanga.[1]

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  1. Eskom, "Generations Plant Mix Revision 8", May 2008.

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