CCGT Plants in Germany - Berlin
Charlottenburg
Location: BE
Operator: Vattenfall Europe AG
Configuration: 3 X 70 MW GT13 gas turbines CHP
Fuel: natural gas, distillate ol
Operation: 1975
T/G supplier: BBC
Quick facts: The first power station at Charlottenburg was established in 1900. The building architect was Georg Klingenburg. The last coal-fired CHP blocks (185 MW total) were retired in 2002.

Photograph courtesy of Vattenfall
Posted 4 Sep 2006

Kopenick
Location: BE
Operator: Vattenfall Europe AG
Configuration: 2 X 4.9 MW Taurus gas turbines CHP
Fuel: natural gas
Operation: 1994
T/G supplier: Solar
EPC: Tuma Turbomach

Photograph courtesy of Vattenfall
Posted 4 Sep 2006

Mitte
Location: BE
Operator: Vattenfall Europe AG
Configuration: 380-MW, 2+1 CCGT with GT13E2 gas turbine
Fuel: natural gas
Operation: 1997
HRSG supplier: Steinmuller/NEM
T/G supplier: ABB
Quick facts: At completion, Mitte in Berlin was the most modern inner-city power plant in Europe. It was built on the banks of the Spree River at the site of a 30yr old coal-fired CHP. The plant also provides 620 MW of heat for the parts of Berlin between Ostbahnhof station and the Charite Hospital. The building was designed by the architect Jochem Jourdan.

Photograph courtesy of Vattenfall
Posted 30 Jul 2003

Wilmersdorf
Location: BE
Operator: Vattenfall Europe AG
Configuration: 3 X 110-MW 9001B gas turbines CHP
Fuel: distillate oil
Operation: 1976-1977
T/G supplier: European Gas Turbines
Quick facts: This plant received a prize for architectural design.

Photograph courtesy of Vattenfall
Posted 6 Sep 2003

Abbreviations

Data: industcards, Platts UDI World Electric Power Plants Data Base

Updated 03-Jan-2016

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