CPI Dengzhou power station

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{{#badges:CoalSwarm|Navbar-Chinacoal}}Dengzhou power station (中电投河南公司邓州新建项目) is a proposed 2,000-megawatt (MW) coal-fired power plant in Henan Province, China.

Location

The map below shows the location of Dengzhou City, the approximate location where the plant would be built in Nanyang Prefecture, Henan Province.

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Background on Project

CPI is currently planning to build a two-unit coal-fired power plant with a total planned capacity of 2,000 MW in Henan Province.[1][2]

With no developments since 2013, the project appears to be abandoned.

2016: Nationwide Restrictions Imposed on Development of Coal-Fired Power Capacity

Due to new restrictions announced during 2016 by the National Energy Administration and the National Development and Reform Commission, further capacity expansions at this location appear to be on hold or cancelled. For details, see China's 2016 Restrictions on Development of Coal-Fired Power Capacity.

Ownership

In July 2015, China Power Investment Corporation (CPI) and State Nuclear Power Technology Corporation (SNPTC) merged to become State Power Investment Corporation (国家电力投资集团), one of the five largest state-owned electricity producers in the People's Republic of China.[3]

Project Details

  • Sponsor: CPI Henan Electric Power Co
  • Parent company: CPI (now State Power Investment Corporation)
  • Location: Dengzhou City, Nanyang Prefecture, Henan Province, China
  • Coordinates: 32.686, 112.086 (approximate)
  • Status: Cancelled
  • Gross capacity: 2,000 MW (Units 1 & 2: 1,000 MW)
  • Type: Ultra-Supercritical
  • Projected in service:
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  • Coal source:
  • Source of financing:

Articles and resources

References

  1. "中电投河南公司与邓州市政府签订2×100万千瓦火电项目战略合作协议",中国电力网, 2013-02-21
  2. "栽下梧桐树,终引凤凰来", 邓州市发展和改革委员会, 2013-02-06
  3. "Chinese nuclear giant officially launched", World Nuclear Association (16 July 2015). Retrieved on 4 May 2015. 

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