Mitchell Power Plant is a 1,632.6MW coal fired power project. It is located in West Virginia, the US. The project is currently active. It has been developed in multiple phases. Post completion of construction, the project got commissioned in May 1971.
|Project Type||Total Capacity (MW)||Active Capacity (MW)||Pipeline Capacity (MW)||Project Status||Project Location||Project Developer||Thermal||1,632.6||1,632.6||–||Active||West Virginia, the US|
The project is co-owned by Kentucky Power and Wheeling Power, with their respective ownership stake of 50% each.
It is a steam turbine power plant that is used for Baseload. The power plant run on dual-fuel. The primary fuel being used to power the plant is bituminous. In case of shortage of bituminous the plant can also run on Distillate Fuel Oil.
The project generated 5,503,291MWh of electricity.
The project got commissioned in May 1971.
Mitchell Power Plant (Mitchell Power Plant Unit I) is equipped with Siemens Energy steam turbine. The phase consists of 1 steam turbine with 816.3MW nameplate capacity.
Mitchell Power Plant (Mitchell Power Plant Unit II) is equipped with GE Power steam turbine. The phase consists of 1 steam turbine with 816.3MW nameplate capacity.
Siemens Energy supplied electric generator for the Mitchell Power Plant (Mitchell Power Plant Unit I).
GE Power supplied electric generator for the Mitchell Power Plant (Mitchell Power Plant Unit II).
Amec Foster Wheeler supplied steam boiler for the project.
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