Lunen Power Station
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Lunen Power Station
Lünen Power Station

Lünen Power Station is a coal-fired power station in Germany. It's located in Lünen in the district Unna. It has an output capacity of 500 megawatts. The first power station in Lünen was commissioned in 1938. The power station produces traction current since 1984 also. The power station has also been producing long-distance heating since late 2003. Annual coal consumption amounts to 960,000 tons. The operator of the power station is Evonik Industries. The power station's chimney is 250 metres (820 ft) high.

Coordinates: 51°36?52?N 7°28?53?E / 51.61444°N 7.48139°E / 51.61444; 7.48139

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