Porici Power Stations

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Porici Power Stations are two brown coal-fired power stations located near Pocerady in the Czech Republic.

Location

The plants are located in Trutnov, Královéhradecký.

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Background

The Porici Power Stations comprise the 3 x 55-megawatt subcritical Poříčí II Power Station, commissioned in 1957, and the 18 megawatt Dvur Kralove Heat Power Plant. Both are owned and operated by the CEZ Group.[1]

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References

  1. CEZ Group, "The Porici Power Stations", CEZ Group website, accessed October 2012

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