The Claus power plant in Maasbracht in the Netherlands originally consisted of the two identical gas-fired generating units A and B.
The Moerdijk power plant consists of two production units. CCGT power plant Moerdijk 2 was put into operation in 2012.
The heating power plant Swentibold in Geleen has an electric rating of 231 megawatts.More
The Inesco power plant is located on the premises of chemicals company Ineos in Antwerp, Belgium and had a capacity of 135 megawatts.More
WKC's midsized units
RWE operates several midsize heating power plants in the Netherlands, e.g. in Bergen op Zoom, Erica, 's-Hertogenbosch and Klazienaveen.
Today, the plant works mainly according to the energy-saving cogeneration principle. The plant suppliesmajor customers with some 450 million kWh of district heating from natural gas annually.more
Today, the location, after a series of renewals with four gas-fired boilers, covers the district-heating supply of Dortmund and feeds some 350 million kWh a year into the district-heating grid; in addition.more
Lower Saxony's Lingen has three power-plant units on a natural-gas basis installed today. The Emsland natural-gas power plant benefits from its optimal linkup with the long-distance gas grid.more
The four natural-gas units were commissioned at the Gersteinwerk location in the years 1972 – 1973. In those days already, the units were fitted according to the efficiency-enhancing combined-cycle principle.more
Our site at Didcot is host to two power stations. Our Didcot B power station is a 1,360 MW combined cycle gas turbine B station, able to supply 1 million households.More
The modern Great Yarmouth plant, powered by natural gas, is a combined cycle gas turbines (CCGT). It has the capacity to generate 400MW of electricity, enough to power a third of a million households.More
Little Barford is a combined cycle gas turbine power station with a generating capacity of 700MW, enough to meet the electricity demands of over half a million households.More
Pembroke Power Station is a combined cycle gas turbine (CCGT) plant which began full commercial operation in September 2012.More
Staythorpe is a gas-fired power station that began full commercial operation in November 2010. Staythorpe can generate 1,650MW of electricity – enough to power around 2.8 million homes.More