Toppila Power Station

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Toppila Power Station
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Country Finland
Location Oulu
Coordinates 65°02′16.764″N25°26′8″E / 65.03799000°N 25.43556°E / 65.03799000; 25.43556 Coordinates: 65°02′16.764″N25°26′8″E / 65.03799000°N 25.43556°E / 65.03799000; 25.43556
StatusOperational
Commission date 1977
Owner(s) Oulun Energia
Thermal power station
Primary fuel Peat
Cogeneration?Yes
Thermal capacity340 MWth
Power generation
Units operational1 × 75 MW
1 × 145 MW
Make and model Zamech
LMZ
Ganz
Nameplate capacity 210 MWe
External links
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The Toppila Power Station is a power station in the Toppila district in Oulu, Finland. It is one of the largest peat-fired power stations in the world, with an installed capacity of 210 MW of electric power and 340 MW of thermal power. The facility operates two units of 75 MWe and 145 MWe. [1] The boiler was supplied by Tampella and Ahlstrom, and the turbines were supplied by Zamech, LMZ and Ganz. The power station is operated by Oulun Energia. [2]

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References

  1. "Alstom Power to modernise a steam turbine at Oulu Energy in Northern Finland" (Press release). Alstom. 28 January 2012. Retrieved 13 April 2014.
  2. Toppila Power Station Archived 2016-05-16 at the Portuguese Web Archive