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Kansai Electric Power’s Thermal Power Stations

Kansai Electric Power’s Thermal Power Stations
Name of Power Station Maximum output Number of units Main fuels Address
Sakaiko Power Station 2,000,000 kW 5 LNG 1-2 Chikko Shinmachi, Sakai, Osaka 592-8331
Nanko Power Station 1,800,000 kW 3 LNG 7-3-8 Nanko Minami, Suminoe-ku, Osaka 559-0032
Kansai International Airport Energy Center 40,000 kW 2 LNG
Kerosene
Senshu Kuko Naka 1, Tajiri-cho, Sennan-gun, Osaka 549-0011
Name of Power Station Maximum output Number of units Main fuels Address
Himeji No. 1 Power Station 1,507,400 kW 4 LNG 3058-1 Nakashima, Shikama-ku, Himeji, Hyogo 672-8530
Himeji No. 2 Power Station 2,919,000 kW 6 LNG Megatokiwa-cho, Shikama-ku, Himeji, Hyogo 672-8034
Aioi Power Station 750,000 kW 2 Heavy oil
Crude oil
LNG
5315-46 Aza Yanagiyama, Aioi, Aioi, Hyogo 678-8543
Ako Power Station 1,200,000 kW 2 Heavy oil
Crude oil
1062 Kariya Aza Higashi Okite, Ako, Hyogo 676-0239
Name of Power Station Maximum output Number of units Main fuels Address
Gobo Power Station 1,800,000 kW 3 Heavy oil
Crude oil
1-3 Aza Tomishima, Minami Shioya, Shioya-cho, Gobo, Wakayama 644-0024
Name of Power Station Maximum output Number of units Main fuels Address
Miyazu Energy Research Center (under a long-term planned outage) 750,000 kW 2 Heavy oil
Crude oil
1001 Odashukuno, Miyazu, Kyoto 626-0052
Maizuru Power Station 1,800,000 kW 2 Coal 560-5 Aza Chitose, Maizuru, Kyoto 625-0135, Japan

Long-term planned outage: Systematic shutdown of a power generator in response to a medium- to long-term supply-and-demand imbalance or economic situation with no short-term prospects for a return to service.