Anegasaki Thermal Power Station new unit starts operations
The LNG-fired unit uses a gas turbine combined-cycle power generation system.
The 650-megawatt (MW) liquified natural gas-fired Anegasaski Thermal Power Station New Unit 3 has started operations, according to JERA.
In a statement, JERA said that the new unit, which they had replaced through its subsidiary JERA Power Anegasaki G.K., uses a gas turbine combined-cycle power generation system (GTCC).
The plant also uses a “state-of-the-art” power station which contributes to power generation efficiency, reducing its carbon dioxide emissions.
The thermal power station’s new units 1 to 3 have all started operations in 2023.