TPP Nikola Tesla
The thermal power plants Nikola Tesla (Serbian Termoelektrane Nikola Tesla / Термоелектране Никола Тесла, short TENT ) is a coal-fired power plant complex in Serbia, named in honor of the inventor Nikola Tesla. The complex consists of the two large power plants Nikola Tesla A and B, located near Obrenovac on the Sava River about 40 km upstream from Belgrade, as well as two smaller, more remote power plants Kolubara A and Morava.
The complex is by far the largest energy producer in Serbia, producing about half of the Serbian demand.
The fuel is lignite, who is brought by rail from the mining fields in the Kolubara basin.
History and organization
The complex consists of the following individual power plants:
Power plant Nikola Tesla A
- Commissioning: 1970
- Location: about 2 km west of Obrenovac Coordinates: 44 ° 40 ' 18 "N, 20 ° 9' 26" O44.67158320.157166
Power plant Nikola Tesla B
- Commissioning: 1983
- Location: between Skela and Ushce Coordinates: 44 ° 39 ' 16 "N, 20 ° 0' 13" O44.6544920.0037
Power plant Kolubara A
- Location: very close to the mining fields near Veliki Crljeni Coordinates: 44 ° 28 ' 51 " N, 20 ° 17' 39" O44.48078420.294259
Power Plant Morava
Formal belonging to the complex, geographically away from about 50 km.
- Commissioning: 1969
- Location: west of the city on the eastern bank of the Morava Svilajnac Coordinates: 44 ° 13 ' 29 " N, 21 ° 9' 45 " O44.22475121.162372