|Tu?imice Power Station|
Location of the Tu?imice Power Station in the Czech Republic
|Thermal power station|
|Units operational||4 × 200 MW|
|Make and model||?koda|
|Nameplate capacity||800 MW|
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The first power station in Tu?imice (Tu?imice I) was commissioned in 1963-1964. The current power station (Tu?imice II) was commissioned in 1973-1974. The power station consists of four generation units with a capacity of 200 MW each. Its turbines and generators are produced by ?koda, and steam boilers are produced by Vítkovické ?elezárny. Tu?imice II has a 300-metre (980 ft) flue-gas stack built in 1974.
The power station is supplied by lignite from the local Nástup-Tu?imice Mines.
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