The Top 100 - Part IV
The World's Largest Power Plants
No 76 - Anegaski 3,600 MW
Japan

Photograph courtesy of Tokyo Electric Power Co Ltd

No 77 - Duvha 3,600 MW
South Africa

Photograph courtesy of Eskom

No 78 - Houshi 3,600 MW
China

Photograph courtesy of China Environmental Project Tech

No 79 - Kostroma 3,600 MW
Russia

Photograph courtesy of RAO UESR

No 80 - Matla 3,600 MW
South Africa

Photograph by Stefan Schloehmer

No 81 - Montalto di Castro 3,600 MW
Italy

Photograph courtesy of Enel SpA

No 82 - Tuoketuo-1 3,600 MW
China

Photograph courtesy of Datang International Power Generation Co

No 83 - Vuglegirska 3,600 MW
Ukraine

Photograph courtesy of Centrenergo

No 84 - Zaporizhzhya 3,600 MW
Ukraine

Photograph courtesy of United States Energy Association

No 85 - Scherer 3,564 MW
USA

Photograph courtesy of Georgia Power Co

No 86 - Bowen 3,541 MW
USA

Photograph courtesy of Georgia Power Co

No 87 - Az Zour South 3,625 MW
Kuwait

Photograph courtesy of Siemens AG

No 88 - Genkai 3,478 MW
Japan

Photograph courtesy of Obayashi Corp

 

No 89 - Tarbela 3,478 MW
Pakistan

Photograph courtesy of Water & Power Development Auth

 

No 90 - Browns Ferry 3,465 MW
USA

Photograph courtesy of Tennessee Valley Authority

 

No 91 -Suralaya 3,440 MW
Indonesia

Photograph by Paul Riley

No 92 - Didcot 3,392 MW
England

Photograph courtesy of Siemens

No 93 - Takahama 3,392 MW
Japan

Photograph courtesy of Kansai Electric Power Co

No 94 - Al-Qurayyah 3,389 MW
Saudi Arabia

Photograph courtesy of Taisei Corp

No 95 - Samchonpo 3,372 MW
Republic of Korea

Photograph courtesy of Korea Electric Power Co

No 96 - Crystal River 3,354 MW
USA

Photograph courtesy of Levy County Emergency Management

No 97 - Chita 3,350 MW
Japan

Photograph courtesy of Chubu Electric Power Co

No 98 - Gibson 3,340 MW
USA

Photograph courtesy of PSI Energy

No 99 - Yokohama 4,025 MW
Japan

Photograph courtesy of Tokyo Electric Power Co Ltd

   
  No 100 - Surgut-1 3,324  MW
Russia

Photograph courtesy of RAO UESR

 

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Note:  Megawatt values are the sum of the gross capacity (MWe) of generating units in operation, shutdown units, and deactivated units of any size or technology at the plant site. The information is the most recent readily available and deemed reliable but not guaranteed. Comments, updates, or better-quality photographs are welcome and should be directed to industcards@aol.com.

Data source: Platts UDI World Electric Power Plants Data Base

Updated 07/04/09

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