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Ensted Power Station

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Country  Denmark
Status  Operational
Primary fuel  Coal
Owner  DONG Energy
Location  Aabenraa
Commission date  1979
Tertiary fuel  Biomass
Ensted Power Station
Address  Flensborgvej 185, 6200 Aabenraa, Denmark
Similar  Dong Energy Power a/S, DONG Energy Oil & Gas A, Maersk Container Industry

The Ensted Power Station (also known as the Aabenraa Power Station) (Danish: Enstedværket) is a thermal power plant in Aabenraa, Denmark. The power station is fueled by coal, straw and woodchips. It is operated by DONG Energy.

The power station has two units, which went in service in 1969 and 1977. The older unit, which was in 1997 transformed in a combined gas- and steam-turbine plant, has a total height from 127.7 metres (419 ft) with its chimney on the roof. The chimney of the other unit is 180.7 metres (593 ft) tall. Coal is delivered to the power station by ship. The harbour of the power plant is with a depth of 18 metres (59 ft) the deepest of Denmark.

References

Ensted Power Station Wikipedia


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