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Lough Ree Power Station

Lough Ree Power Station
Lough Ree Power Station is located in Ireland
Lough Ree Power Station
Location of Lough Ree Power Station
Country Republic of Ireland
Location Lanesborough
Coordinates
Status Operational
Commission date April 2004
Owner(s) Electricity Supply Board
Power generation
Primary fuel Peat
Nameplate capacity 100 MWe

The Lough Ree Power Station is a large peat-fired power station in Lanesborough, in the Republic of Ireland. The station generates up 100 MWe of power, ranking as the Third largest peat-fired power station in the country, after West Offaly Power Station at 150 MWe.[1][2][3] and Edenderry Power Station at 120 MWe. The power station was constructed as a replacement to the ageing 85 MWe Lanesboro Power Station.

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References

  1. ^ ESB Power Generation (PDF), retrieved 2010-05-02 
  2. ^ Peat power in Ireland (PDF), retrieved 2010-05-02 
  3. ^ Wicker, Ken (2005), "Lough Ree Power Station", Power, retrieved 2010-05-02 
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