Smokestacks in China
Category: Science > Earth Sciences
Asked by: braindamage-ga
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15 Jun 2002 05:26 PDT
Expires: 22 Jun 2002 05:26 PDT
Question ID: 27097
Hello out there, I wish to find out how many coal fired power generators are in operation in China. Please quote any government sources or links that can provide more info for research. Have a great day.
Re: Smokestacks in China
Answered By: huntsman-ga on 15 Jun 2002 06:35 PDT
braindamage, According to the official State Power Corporation of China, there are 70 coal-fired power plants in operation. The following table lists plants by Name, Location (Province, Municipality or Autonomous Region), Plant capacity (MW), and Fuel type: "Principal Fossil and Nuclear Power Plants in Operation" http://www.sp.com.cn/newsp/english/powersource/above1000.htm These figures are for plants of 1000 MegaWatts and above, as of December 31, 2000. Coal-fired power generation represents slightly over 75% of the total electrical power produced in China: "Power source" http://www.sp.com.cn/newsp/english/powersource/thermal.htm Thanks, huntsman
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