HEP Proizvodnja

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{{#badges: CoalSwarm|Navbar-Croatiacoal}}HEP Proizvodnja is the national power generation company for Croatia with 26 hydro plant, four thermal power plants and three cogeneration plants producing both heat and electricity. The company states that it "owns and operates over 4,000 MWof installed generation capacity and 974MWof heat production capacity."[1]

Of the thermal power stations, only one is coal fired with the remainder using either oil or gas.[2] HEP provides heat for the district heating systems in the Croatian cities of Zagreb, Osijek and Sisak.[3]

Coal power station

Plomin Power Station, a 330 megawatt plant comprising two generating units. The plant is located at Plomin, Croatia. The first generating unit, referred to as Plomin 1, is a 110 MW unit which was commissioned in 1969. The second generating unit, referred to as Plomin 2, is a 220 megawatt unit which was commissioned in 2000.[4] The Plomin 1 plant is owned and operated by HEP Proizvodnja. The Plomin 2 plant is owned by TE Plomin, a 50:50 joint venture between HEP Proizvodnja and RWE Power.[3] The Plomin 2 plant is operated and maintained by HEP under a long-term contract with TE Plomin.[5]

HEP is proposing to build a new 500MW unit to replace the aging Plomin 1 plant.[6] See Plomin C Thermal Power Plant for more details.

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Sources

  1. "Notification of Requests for Expressions of Interest", HEP, July 2012.
  2. HEP Proizvodnja, "Basic data", HEP Proizvodnja website, accessed September 2012.
  3. 3.0 3.1 "About Us", HEP Proizvodnja website, accessed September 2012.
  4. "TE Plomin", HEP Proizvodnja website, accessed September 2012.
  5. "TE Plomin", HEP Proizvodnja website, accessed September 2012.
  6. "Plomin TPP Reconstruction", HEP Proizvodnja website, accessed September 2012.

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