Shaanxi to build 3 thermal plants

Yulin, a city in NW China’s Shaanxi Province, plans to build three large scale thermal power plants in its Shenmu, Fugu and Yuyang counties to support the country’s West-East Power Transmission Project. Each power plant will be built with a supporting coal mine to ensure sufficient fuel is supplied to each plant. The Miaogoumeng Power Plant, located in Fugu County, will be installed with six 600,000 kW high-pressure, domestically built, coal-fuelled generators, with a total installed capacity of 3.6 mln kW. Its supporting Sandaotou coal mine, covering an area of 329 sq m, has total recoverable coal reserves of 1.7 billion tons and a designed annual production capacity of 10 million tons. A similar project, the Jingjie Power Plant, will be launched in Shenmu county. Its supporting Huangtumiao coal mine, covering 138 sq m, has recoverable reserves of 1.328 bln tons and is also designed to produce 10 mln tons of coal each year.
The Niujialiang Power Plant, the largest of the three power plants, is to be built in Yulin’s NE Niujialiang Industrial Zone. It will have two sub-plants, each with four 600,000 kW high-pressure coal-fuelled generators. Its supporting Jinniu coal mine, covering 116.1 sq m, has recoverable reserves of 582 million tons and a designed annual production output of 6 mln tons. The feasibility studies and design work for the three projects have been completed. Once operational, the 3 coal-fueled power plants will transmit power to the eastern Shandong Province and north China.

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