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

No 51 - Dalate 4,380 MW
China

Photograph courtesy of Inner Mongolia Electric Power Construction Engineering Co

No 52 - Neurath 4,340 MW
Germany

Photograph courtesy of RWE AG

No 53 - Bang Pakong 4,334 MW
Thailand

Photograph courtesy of Elec Generating Auth Thailand

No 54 - Palo Verde 4,284 MW
USA

Photograph courtesy of Power

No 55 - Xiaowan 4,284 MW
China

Photograph courtesy of Huaneng Power

No 56 - Hsinta 4,280 MW
Taiwan

Photograph courtesy of Taiwan Power Co

No 57 - Laxiwa 4,266 MW
China

Photograph courtesy of CPNN.com.cn

No 58 - Three Gorges UPP 4,260 MW
China

Photograph courtesy of China Water Conservancy and Hydropower Engineering Network

No 59 - Ghazlan 4,256 MW
Saudi Arabia

Photograph courtesy of Saudi Electricity Co

No 60 - Datan 4,200 MW
Taiwan

Photograph courtesy of Mitsubishi Heavy Industries

No 61 - Huaneng Yuhuan  4,200 MW
China

Photograph courtesy of CPI Yuanda

No 62 - Mailiao 4,200 MW
Taiwan

Photograph courtesy of Mailiao Power Co

No 63 - Ulsan 4,160 MW
South Korea

Photograph courtesy of Korea Electric Power Co

No 64 - Mundra UMPP 4,150 MW
India

Photograph courtesy of Tata Power Co

No 65 - Huaneng Haimen 4,144 MW
China

Photograph courtesy of Beijing Hengxinchengda Engineering Cost Consultative Firm Co Ltd

No 66 - Himeji Daini 4,119 MW
Japan

Photograph courtesy of Kansai Electric Poewr Co

No 67 - Kendal 4,116 MW
South Africa

Photograph courtesy of Eskom

No 68 - Castle Peak 4,110 MW
China

Photograph courtesy of CLP Group

No 69 - Majuba 4,110 MW
South Africa

Photograph courtesy of Babcock-Hitachi Europe

No 70 - Hekinan 4,100 MW
Japan

Photograph courtesy of Ishikawajima-Harima Heavy Industries

No 71 - Dangjin 4,075 MW
South Korea

Photograph courtesy of Korea East-West Power Co

No 72 - W A Parish 4,044 MW
USA

Photograph courtesy of Power

No 73 - Drax 4,005 MW
England

Photograph courtesy of Drax Group plc

No 74 - Balakovo 4,000 MW
Russia

Photograph courtesy of Rosenergoatom

   

 

No 75 - Ekibastuz-1 4,000 MW
Kazakhstan

Photograph courtesy of AES Ekibastuz

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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 17-Oct-2015

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