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Dangjin Coal-Fired Power Plant

Order year

1994 (units 1 and 2), 1996 (units 3 and 4)

Construction start

May 1995 (units 1 and 2), June 1995 (units 3 and 4)

Completion

March 2000 (units 1 and 2), June 2001 (units 3 and 4)

Output

2,400MW

Plant type

Conventional thermal

Location

Dangjin, South Korea

Estimated investment

$2.7 billion

Sponsor

Korea Electric Power Corporation

Contractors

Hanjung, GE, Dong Ah, Samwhan

Steam units

4 x 600MW

Fuel

Bituminous coal (burner installed for diesel oil)

Environmental (atmospheric) control

Low NOx burner and two-stage burning, coal dust suppression equipment, electrostatic precipitator and high stacks; flue-gas desulphurisation and denitrification scrubbers

Environmental (water) control

On-site plant wastewater treatment facilities

Cooling

Sea water intake facility for condenser
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