Nghi Son 2 power station

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Nghi Son 2 power station is a proposed 1200 megawatt (MW) coal-fired power station located at Nghi Son, Thanh Hoa province, in central Vietnam.

Background

A 50%:50%consortium of Marubeni Corporation and Korea Electric Power Corporation have been selected to build the project on a build, own, operate basis with electricity to be sold over a 25 year period to Vietnam Electricity Holding Company (EVN). Marubeni stated in a media release that finance for the project will be supplied by Japan Bank for International Cooperation and the Export-Import Bank of Korea. Marudeni states that the plant is expected to be commissioned in 2018. The project has been approved to be built on a site adjoining the 600MW Nghi Son 1 power station.[1]

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References

  1. Marubeni Corporation , "Receipt of Notification of Award for Vietnam, Nghi Son 2 Coal-Fired Power Project", Media Release, March 25, 2013.

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