Kushiro power station
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Kushiro power station is a proposed 112-megawatt (MW) coal-fired power station in Hokkaido Prefecture, Japan.
The map below shows the city of Kushiro, the approximate location where the plant would be built.
Background on Plant
IDI infrastructures F-Power has proposed a coal-fired power station of 112 MW for the city of Kushiro. It was announced in 2015 and planned for operation in 2019. Due to the plant's small size, it is under local EIA assessment.
In December 2018 Kushiro Power announced that the scheduled completion date of the plant had been delayed until November 2020.
- Sponsor: Kushiro Power Generation Corporation
- Parent Company: IDI Infrastructures F-Power, Kushiro Coal Mine, Taiheiyo Kouhatsu Inc.
- Location: Kushiro city, Hokkaido Prefecture, Japan
- Coordinates: 42.983333, 144.383333 (approximate)
- Status: Construction
- Gross Capacity: 112 MW
- Type: Subcritical
- Projected in service: 2020
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Articles and resources
- "Operation and Construction Plans of Coal-Fired Thermal Power Plants in Japan," Kiko Network, 3 Aug 2015
- "Kushiro Thermal Power Plant / Kushiro city, Hokkaido pref.," Kiko Network, accessed June 2016
- KCM – Kushiro Thermal Power Plant 112 MW – Hokkaido - Project Profile, JBS Market Research, Mar. 20, 2018
- Kushiro's thermal power generation postpones operation to November 20, Nikkei, Dec. 26, 2018