TUFANBEYLİ LIGNITE POWER PLANT
Tufanbeyli Lignite Power Plant, which is the largest domestic lignite power plant of Turkey commissioned by the private sector, works on the lignite resources and is located in between Yamanlı-Kayarcık-Taşpınar villages, in Tufanbeyli, Adana. The power plant is planned to have capacity of 450 MW with the technology of fluidized-bed drying which depends on lignite coal. The plant is going to be comprised of 3 units. The power plant is designed to consume low water amount. Dry type cooling system is used. In the project area there are limestone quarries which are supplying limestone to the circulating fluidized bed (CFB) boilers and flue gas desulfurization (FGD) systems. The system which allows entrance of limestone to the furnace and wet FGD system is recognized as the most technological and well accepted system under today’s conditions.
Tufanbeyli Lignite Power Plant generates approximately 3.375 GWh electricity annually by using 2 tons/MWh of coal from the open quarries which are close to the plant and is expected to meet 2% of Turkey’s electricity demand. Based on the coal reserves, Tufanbeyli LPP is planned to be operated for 30-35 years. The construction activities of the power plant have been kicked off in 2011 and as of March 25, 2016 three units ( 450 MW) were all commissioned.
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