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List of power stations in Egypt

This page lists power stations in Egypt.

Gas

Name Community Coordinates Type Capacity (MW) Year completed
Beni Suef[1] CCGT 4800 2018
Burullus[1] Kafr El Sheikh Governorate 31°31′46″N 30°48′32″E / 31.5294445°N 30.8088833°E / 31.5294445; 30.8088833 (Burullus Power Station) CCGT 4800 2018
New Capital[1] CCGT 4800 2018
  • Cairo North
  • Damietta
  • El Atf
  • El Kureimat
  • El Nubaria
  • Hurghada
  • Sidi Krir
  • Talkha
  • Shabab

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Hydroelectric

Hydroelectric station Community Coordinates Type Capacity (MW) Year completed Name of reservoir River
Aswan Dam Aswan 23°58′19″N 32°52′58″E / 23.971901°N 32.882681°E / 23.971901; 32.882681 (Aswan Power Station) Reservoir 2,100 1970 Lake Nasser River Nile
Aswan Low Dam Aswan 24°02′02″N 32°51′57″E / 24.033889°N 32.865833°E / 24.033889; 32.865833 (Aswan Low Dam) Reservoir 592 1960 Nile
Nag Hammadi Dam 26°09′13″N 32°08′47″E / 26.153611°N 32.146389°E / 26.153611; 32.146389 (Nag Hammadi Dam) 64 2008 Nile

Nuclear

  • El Dabaa-1 - planned facility, 1000 MW capacity[3]

Oil and gas fired thermal

Name Community Coordinates Type Capacity (MW) Year completed
El-Tebbin Al Qahirah, Helwan, Cairo 29°46′35″N 31°17′48″E / 29.776503°N 31.296664°E / 29.776503; 31.296664 (El-Tebbin Power Station) Thermal 700 2010
Abu Qir Al Iskandariyah 930 1983-1991
Ain Sokhna As Suways 1300 2014
Cairo West Cairo 1360 1995-2010

See also

References

  1. ^ a b c "Egypt Megaproject". Siemens. Retrieved 2019-02-20.
  2. ^ [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