Siekierki power station
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Siekierki power station is a 618-megawatt (MW) coal-fired power station in Mazowieckie, Poland.
There was a proposed 400 MW coal plant at the site that was later cancelled.
The map below shows the plant in Warsaw.
Background on Plant
Siekierki is a combined heat and power plant at Augustówka in Warsaw, Poland. It has power generation capacity of 622 MW. Construction work on the station started in 1958, and in 1961 the first 50 MW unit went in service. Three further units followed in 1962, increasing its power to 200 MW. The first four units have been retired. Five more units totaling 618 MW were built between 1961 and 1975. Previously owned by Vattenfall it is now owned by PGNiG.
- Sponsor: Vattenfall
- Parent company:
- Location: Warszawa (Warsaw), Mokotów, Warszawa, Mazowieckie, Poland
- Coordinates: 52.188327, 21.088883 (exact)
- Status: Cancelled
- Capacity: 400 MW
- Start date:
- Coal Type: Hard coal
- Coal Source:
- Source of financing:
Resources and articles
- PGNiG Termika. Our Plants (Polish). PGNiG Termika. Retrieved on 2016-04-18. “PGNiG TERMIKA owns five plants: HP Kawęczyn, CHP Pruszków, CHP Siekierki, CHP Żerań and HP Wola.”
- "Siekierki CHP Coal Power Plant Poland," GEO, accessed Nov 2017
- "Vattenfall Will Not Build Two Power Plants in Poland," The Warsaw Voice, October 11, 2010.