Irsching Power Station is close to the city of Vohburg, Germany and is operated as a so-called peak load power station. From the original three units only unit 3 with a capacity of 415 MW is operated, the other two units, with a capacity of 151 MW (unit 1) and 312 MW (unit 2), 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 E.ON Kraftwerke, a subsidiary of E.ON Energy, while Unit 5 is owned by Gemeinschaftskraftwerke Irsching, a joint venture of E.ON Kraftwerke, N-ERGIE, Mainova and HEAG Südhessische Energie, and operated by E.ON Kraftwerke.
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