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The Top 100: The World’s Largest Power Plants (Part 1)

Posted by ropiudin pada 7 Januari 2012


The Top 100 – Part I
The World’s Largest Power Plants

No 1 – Three Gorges 18,460 MW
China
 

Photograph courtesy of Alstom

No 2 – Itaipu 14,750 MW
Brazil/Paraguay
 

Photograph courtesy of Itaipu Binacional

No 3 – Simon Bolivar (Guri) 10,055 MW
Venezuela
 

Photograph courtesy of EDELCA

No 4 – Tucurui 8,370 MW
Brazil
 

Photograph courtesy of Eletronorte

No 5 – Kashiwazaki-Kariwa 8,206 MW
Japan
 

Photograph courtesy of Tokyo Electric Power Co Ltd

No 6 – Bruce 6,830 MW
Canada
 

Photograph courtesy of British Energy

No 7 – Sayanao-Shushenskaya 6,500 MW
Russia
 

Photograph courtesy of Sayanao-Shushenskaya GES

No 8 – Grand Coulee 6,495 MW
USA
 

Photograph courtesy of US Bureau of Reclamation

No 9 – Longtan 6,426 MW
China
Photograph courtesy of Hydrochina Zhongnan Engineering Corp
No 10 – Futtsu 6,105 MW
Japan
Photograph courtesy of Tokyo Electric Power Co Ltd
No 11 – Krasnoyarsk 6,000 MW
Russia
 

Photograph by Alexander Kuptsova

No 12 – Zaporizhzhya 6,000 MW
Ukraine
Photograph courtesy of Energoatom
No 13 – Poryong 5,954 MW
Republic of Korea
 

Photograph courtesy of Korea Electric Power Corp

No 14 – Ulchin 5,900 MW
Republic of Korea
Photograph courtesy of Korea Hydro & Nuclear Power Corp
No 15 – Yonggwang 5,900 MW
Republic of Korea
 

Photograph courtesy of Korea Hydro & Nuclear Power Corp

No 16 – Taichung 5,834 MW
Taiwan
 

Photograph courtesy of Taiwan Power Co

No 17 – Gravelines 5,706 MW
France
Photograph courtesy of Jozef Stefan Institute
No 18 – Surgut-2 5,606 MW
Russia

Photograph courtesy of E.ON

No 19 – Paluel 5,528 MW
France

Photograph courtesy of Jozef Stefan Institute

No 20 – Cattenom 5,448 MW
France

Photograph by Stefan Kuhn

No 21 – Churchill Falls 5,429 MW
Canada

Photograph courtesy of Churchill Falls Labrador Corp Ltd

No 22 – Bourassa (La Grande-II) 5,328 MW
Canada

Photograph courtesy of Hydro-Quebec

No 23 – Waigaoqiao 5,160 MW
China
Photograph courtesy of Shanghai Pudong New Area Giaoqiao Town Govt
No 24 – Beilun 5,000 MW
China

Photograph courtesy of China Daily

No 25 – Kawagoe 4,802 MW
Japan

Photograph courtesy of Chubu Electric Power Co Ltd

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