Employees: Approximately 850
Kendal the largest indirect dry-cooled power station in the world.
on Kendal Power Station in July 1982. On completion in 1993 it became the
largest dry- cooled power station. Kendal is designed to generate
Kendal has an indirect dry-cooling system, which means that it uses
water in its cooling processes than the conventional wet cooled power
station's cooling towers are the largest structures of their kind in the
world with a height
and base diameter of 165m.
- Six 686MW units
- Installed capacity: 4 116MW
- 2001 capacity: 3 840MW (sent out capacity)
- Design efficiency at rated turbine MCR (%): 35.30%
- Ramp rate: 16.67% per hour (15MW per minute)
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