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List of power stations in Egypt

This page lists power stations in Egypt.

Gas

Name Operator Governorate Type Capacity (MW) Commission date Ref
Beni Suef Power Plant UEEPC[e] Beni Suef CCGT 4,800 2018 [1]
Burullus Power Plant MDEPC[c] Kafr El Sheikh CCGT 4,800 2018 [1]
New Capital Power Plant CEPC [a] Cairo CCGT 4,800 2018 [1]
Cairo North Power Plant CEPC[a] Cairo CCGT 1,500 Stage 1: 2004

Stage 2: 2007

[2]
Damietta Power Plant EDEPC[b] Damietta CCGT 1,200 1989 [2]
El Atf Power Plant MDEPC[c] Kafr El Sheikh CCGT 750 2006 [2]
El Kureimat Power Plant UEEPC[e] Minya CCGT

ISCC

3,000 Stage 1: 2008

Stage 2: 2010

[2]
El Nubaria Power Plant MDEPC[c] Alexandria CCGT 2,250 Stage 1: 2005

Stage 2: 2010

[2]
Hurghada Power Plant EDEPC[b] Red Sea CCGT 143 2002 [2]
Sidi Krir Power Plant WDEPC[d] Alexandria CCGT 750 2000 [2]
Talkha Power Plant MDEPC[c] Dakahlia CCGT 290 1979 [2]
New Talkha Power Plant MDEPC[c] Dakahlia CCGT 750 2007 [2]

^ Cairo Electricity Production Company

^ East Delta Electricity Production Company

^ Middle Delta Electricity Production Company

^ West Delta Electricity Production Company

^ Upper Egypt Electricity Production Company

Hydroelectric

Name Governorate Type Capacity (MW) Commission date Ref
Aswan High Dam Aswan Embankment 2,100 1970
Aswan Low Dam Aswan Gravity 592 1960
Nag Hammadi Dam Qena Gravity 64 2008

Nuclear

Name Operator Governorate Reactor type Capacity (MW) Commission date Ref
El Dabaa Nuclear Power Plant Matrouh VVER-1200 4,800 2026 (expected) [3]

Oil- and gas-fired thermal

Name Operator Governorate Type Capacity (MW) Commission date Ref
El Tebbin Power Station Cairo Thermal 700 2010
Abu Qir Power Plant Alexandria 930 1991
Ain Sokhna Power Plant Suez 1,300 2014
Cairo West Power Plant Giza 1,360 2010

Solar

Name Operator Governorate Type Capacity (MW) Commission date Ref
Benban Solar Park NREA[f] Aswan PV power station 1,650 2019 [4]

^ New and Renewable Energy Authority

See also

References

  1. ^ a b c "Egypt Megaproject". Siemens. Retrieved 2019-02-20.
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i [archive.today]. Archived from the original on 2012-12-06. Retrieved 2014-04-13. Missing or empty |title= (help)
  3. ^ World Nuclear Association Reactor Database Archived 2012-02-24 at the Wayback Machine, accessed February 14, 2010
  4. ^ Forum on China-Africa Cooperation (11 April 2018). "Egypt: China's Green Energy Company Starts Construction of Biggest Solar Plant in Egypt". Beijing: Forum on China-Africa Cooperation via AllAfrica.com. Retrieved 23 April 2018.