Irsching Power Station near Vohburg at the Danube, Germany, is operated as a so-called Peaking power plant.
From the original three units only unit 3 with a capacity of 415 MW is operated, the older two units, with a capacity of 151 MW and 312 MW , are in cold reserve. The power station can be operated with light fuel oil and with natural gas. The owner and operator of the units 3 and 4 is Uniper, a subsidiary of E.ON Energy, while Unit 5, also operated by Uniper, is owned by Gemeinschaftskraftwerke Irsching, a joint venture of Uniper, Nuremberg's N-ERGIE, Mainova and HEAG Südhessische Energie.
Copyright: CC 3.0
Pfaffenhofen an der Ilm