Chvaletice Power Station

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{{#badges: CoalSwarm|Navbar-CzechRepubliccoal}}Chvaletice Power Station is an 820-megawatt coal-fired power station in Pardubický, Czech Republic.

Location

The plant is located in Trnávka, about twenty kilometers to the west from the town of Pardubice.

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Background

Chvaletice is a lignite coal-fired power station that was owned and operated by the CEZ Group. It consists of four 205 MW subcritical units that began operating in 1977-78. In 2013, CEZ Group sold the plant to Severní Energetická.[1]

Units 3-4 are being retrofitted with pollution controls to run until 2030.[2]

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References

  1. "The Chvaletice Power Station", Severní Energetická website, accessed March 2016
  2. "Královopolská RIA to renew blocks in Chvaletice for CZK 2.5bn," CIA News, 27 July 2015

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