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Heilbronn Power Station

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Powerplant
Location type: Powerplant
Location address: Deutschland, Heilbronn
Number of texts: 1
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Heilbronn Power Station is a coal-fired power station in Heilbronn, Germany. It is operated by EnBW Kraftwerke AG, until 1997 by EVS, and has seven units. Specifically, Unit 7 is the largest coal-fired unit used by EnBW. The capacity of the three units is 950 MW, two units with a capacity of approx. 200 MW are in cold reserve. The power station’s two flue gas stacks are the highest structures in Heilbronn and are recognizable as landmarks from far away.

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