The Top 100 - Part II
The World's Largest Power Plants

No 26 - Tuoketuo 5,400 MW
China

Photograph by QQ77898101

No 27 - Poryong 5,350 MW
Republic of Korea

Photograph courtesy of Korea Electric Power Corp

No 28 - Bourassa (La Grande-II) 5,328 MW
Canada

Photograph courtesy of Hydro-Quebec

No 29 - Belchatow 5,298 MW
Poland

Photograph courtesy of Elektrownia Belchatow SA

No 30 - Az-Zour South 5,219 MW
Kuwait

Photograph courtesy of Ministry of Electricity and Water

No 31 - Waigaoqiao 5,160 MW
China

Photograph courtesy of Shanghai Pudong New Area Giaoqiao Town Govt

No 32 - Yonghungdo 5,080 MW
South Korea

Photograph courtesy of Korea Southeast Power Co

No 33 - Beilun 5,000 MW
China

Photograph courtesy of China Daily

No 34 - Sabiya 5,058 MW
Kuwait

Photograph courtesy of HPI LLC

No 35 - Guohua Taishan 5,000 MW
China

Photograph by Mayoyanixiao (dongbeifeng.com)

No 36 - Jiaxing 5,000 MW
China

Photograph by zpsohu (Panoramio)

No 37 - Xiangiaba 4,848 MW
China

Photograph courtesy of China Yangtze Power Co Ltd

No 38 - Kawagoe 4,802 MW
Japan

Photograph courtesy of Chubu Electric Power Co Ltd

No 39 - Ohi 4,710 MW
Japan

Photograph courtesy of Kansai Electric Power Co Ltd

No 40 - Mundra Adani 4,620 MW
India

Photograph courtesy of thehndubusinessline.com

No 41 - Zouxian 4,540 MW
China

Photograph courtesy of dj.zoucheng.gov.cn

No 42 - Bratsk 4,500 MW
Russia

Photograph courtesy of RAO UESR

No 43 - Rabigh 4,480 MW
Saudi Arabia

Photograph courtesy of National Contracting Co Ltd

No 44 - Jianbi 4,460 MW
China

Photograph courtesy of China Guodian Corp

No 45 - Fukushima Daini 4,400 MW
Japa

Photograph courtesy of Tokyo Electric Power Co Ltd

No 46 - Hirono 4,400 MW
Japan

Photograph courtesy of Tokyo Electric Power Co Ltd

No 47 - Huaneng Qinbei 4,400 MW
China

Photograph courtesy of Emerson Process Management

No 48 - Ninghai 4,400 MW
China

Photograph courtesy of ZJ Construction Engineering

No 49 - Chiba City 4,380 MW
Japan

Photograph courtesy of Tokyo Electric Power Co Ltd

   

No 50 - Dalate 4,380 MW
China

Photograph courtesy of Inner Mongolia Electric Power Construction Engineering Co

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Note:  The Top 100 listing is updated on a quarterly basis. 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 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 10-Apr-2015

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