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

No 76 - Hadong 4,000 MW
South Korea

Photograph courtesy of Doosan

No 77 - Kalinin 4,000 MW
Russia

Photograph courtesy of Rosatom

No 78 - Kursk 4,000 MW
Russia

Photograph courtesy of Rosenergoatom

No 79 -Leningrad 4,000 MW
Russia

Photograph courtesy of Leningrad NPP

No 80 - Taean 4,000 MW
South Korea

Photograph courtesy of Korea Electric Power Co

No 81 - Matimba 3,990 MW
South Africa

Photograph courtesy of Eskom

No 82 - Chita 3,968 MW
Japan

Photograph courtesy of Chubu Electric Power Co

No 83 - Ligang 3,960 MW
China

Photograph courtesy of CITIC Pacific Ltd

No 84 - Sasan 3,960 MW
India

Photograph courtesy of www.huffingtonpost.com

No 85 - Ust-Ilimsk 3,920 MW
Russia

Photograph courtesy of RAO UES

No 86 - Darlington 3,908 MW
Canada

Photograph courtesy of Ontario Hydro

No 87 - Ringhals 3,893 MW
Sweden

Photograph courtesy of Vattenfall

No 88 - Paulo Afonso 3,877 MW
Brazil

Photograph courtesy of CHESF

No 89 - Niederaussem 3,826 MW
Germany

Photograph courtesy of RWE

No 90 - Cruas 3,824 MW
France

Photograph by nico_d (panoramio)

No 91 - Tricastin 3,820 MW
France

Photograph by Vpe (wikimedia)

No 92 - Chinon-B 3,816 MW
France

Photograph courtesy of Areva

No 93- Blayais 3,804 MW
France

Photograph courtesy of Électricité de France

No 94 - Reftinskaya 3,800 MW
Russia

Photograph courtesy of RAO UESR

No 95 - Lamma 3,796 MW
China

Photograph courtesy of Hongkong Electric

No 96 - Martin County 3,765 MW
USA

Photograph courtesy of Power

No 97 - West County 3,750 MW
USA

Photograph courtesy of Power

No 98 - Dampierre 3,748 MW
France

Photograph courtesy of Jozef Stefan Institute

No 99 - Bugey 3,742 MW
France

Photograph courtesy of Omega Concept

 

No 100 - Datong-II 3,720 MW
China

Photograph courtesy of China Guodian Corp

No 101 - Shangdu 3,720 MW
China

Photograph courtesy of China Huaneng

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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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