Hsieh-ho Power Plant

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Hsieh-ho Power Plant
協和發電廠
協和發電廠FUJI8449.jpg
CountryTaiwan
LocationZhongshan, Keelung
Coordinates25°9′26.38″N 121°44′21.57″E / 25.1573278°N 121.7393250°E / 25.1573278; 121.7393250Coordinates: 25°9′26.38″N 121°44′21.57″E / 25.1573278°N 121.7393250°E / 25.1573278; 121.7393250
StatusOperational
Commission dateJanuary 1977 (Unit 1)[1]
December 1977 (Unit 2)
March 1980 (Unit 3)[2]
1985 (Unit 4)[3]
Owner(s)Taipower
Operator(s)Taipower
Thermal power station
Primary fuelOil
Power generation
Units operational4 X 500 MW
Nameplate capacity2,000 MW
External links
CommonsRelated media on Commons

The Hsieh-ho Power Plant (Chinese: 協和發電廠; pinyin: Xiéhé Fādiànchǎng) is an oil-fired power plant in Zhongshan District, Keelung, Taiwan.[4][5] The power plant is the only fully oil-fired power plant in Taiwan.

Generation units[edit]

The power plant consists of four 500-MW generation units. The third 500-MW unit was finished on 19 December 1979 after a record-breaking construction period of 26 months. It went into operation in March 1980. The fourth 500-MW unit was completed in 1985 after 29 months construction period.[2][3]

Components[edit]

The steam generator is rated at 1,701 tonne/hour, 176 kg/cm2 and 542 °C at superheater outlet and reheat to 542 °C.

The steam turbine is a tandem-compound with four flow exhaust, 3,600 rpm single reheat with throttle steam conditions of 166 kg/cm2, 538 °C with reheat to 538 °C.

The stacks are 200 meters high slip-form reinforced concrete stack.

Transportation[edit]

Hsieh-ho Power Plant is accessible North from TRA Keelung Station.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://web3.moeaboe.gov.tw/ECW/english/content/ContentLink.aspx?menu_id=1540
  2. ^ a b http://taiwaninfo.nat.gov.tw/ct.asp?xItem=138601&CtNode=103&htx_TRCategory=&mp=4
  3. ^ a b http://www.gibsin.com.tw/old/Case-HsiehHoFPP.pdf
  4. ^ "Gibsin Engineer, Ltd : Fossil Power Plant - Project Name : Hsieh-Ho Fossil Power Plant Unit" (PDF). Gibsin.com. Retrieved 2013-10-04.
  5. ^ "Hsieh-Ho Oil Power Station Taiwan - GEO". Globalenergyobservatory.org. 2010-02-15. Retrieved 2013-10-04.