Ilo 2 power station
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Ilo 2 power station is a 135-megawatt (MW) coal-fired power plant in Pacocha, Ilo, Peru.
The undated satellite photo below shows the plant, which is near Pacocha, Ilo, Peru.
The plant's original coal-fired, 135 MW Unit 1 went online in August 2000. In June 2013 the plant's owner, Enersur, added three diesel-fueled cold reserve units at the Ilo facility, with a total capacity of 460 MW, expandable to 560 MW. A proposed 135 MW coal-fired Unit 2 for the Ilo 2 plant was still listed in Platts' World Electric Power Plants Database as of June 2015 but appears to have been abandoned since it is not included in Enersur's plans or in recent coverage of Peruvian operations on the website of Enersur's parent company Engie.
- Sponsor: Enersur
- Parent company: Engie/GDF Suez
- Location: Pacocha, Ilo, Peru
- Coordinates: -17.77, -71.189 (exact)
- Unit 1: Operating
- Unit 2: Cancelled
- Gross Capacity:
- Unit 1: 135 MW
- Unit 2: 135 MW
- Type: Subcritical
- Projected in service:
- Coal Type:
- Coal Source:
- Source of financing:
Articles and resources
- "C.T. Ilo 2 Power Plant,", Global Energy Observatory website, accessed April 2014.
- "Noticias 20 Jun 2013,", Enersur website, accessed February 2015.
- "World Electric Power Plants Database,", Platts, June 2015. The database is not available online but can be purchased from Platts.
- "Second energetic operator in Peru GDF SUEZ accelerate its growth in the country,", GDF Suez media release, April 26, 2013, accessed via Engie website, October 2015.