Other Fossil-Fueled Plants in Lithuania
Kauno
Location: Lithuania
Operator: UAB Kauno Termofikacijos Elektrine
Configuration: 1 X 60 MW, 1 X 110 MW CHP
Operation: 1975-1979
Fuel: natural gas, oil
Boiler supplier: Barnaul
T/G supplier: LMZ, TMZ, Electrosila, Elsib
EPC: Sevenergostroj
Quick facts: This TPP was approved by USSR Mininstry of Electrification in 1969. Unit-1 COD 30 Jun 1975, Unit-2 COD 19 Jun 1979. The stacks are 180m tall. Kauno Energija is now controlled by Gazprom.

Photograph by Tocekas (wikipedia)
Posted 15 Mar 2012

Klaipeda
Location: Lithuania
Operator: Klaipedos Energija AB
Configuration: 1 X 7 MW, 1 X 3 MW CHP
Operation: 1959
Fuel: natural gas
Boiler supplier: ??
T/G supplier: AEG
Quick facts: Klaipedos Energija was founded in 1929 when its first power station was completed, a coal-burning plant on the Dane River. The plant was rebuilt in 1959 and connected to the Lithuanian grid. As the district heating load grew, new heating boilers and heating lines were built and the plant was converted to oil and gas fuels. The company is now partially owned by Fortum.

Photograph courtesy of Klaipedos Energija AB
Posted 27 Jun 2009

LPP
Location: Lithuania
Operator: Lietuvos Energija AB
Configuration: 4 X 165 MW, 4 X 300 MW CHP
Operation: 1962-1972
Fuel: natural gas, heavy oil
Boiler supplier: Taganrog, Podoloski
T/G supplier: Kharkov, LMZ, Electrosila
EPC: Siltumelektroprojekts, Lietuvos Energija
Quick facts: LPP has a 145ha site 2km northeast of Elektrenai town. After the shutdown of Ignalina NPP, LPP became the largest power station in the country. The Strėva River was dammed to supply cooling water, creating Elektrėnai Reservoir. Units 1&2 are CHP. All units have been retrofit with LNB and the oil-fired units (7&8) have ESPs and wet FGD as well. A CCGT block was added in 2012. The plant fired Orimulsion for a time. The tall stacks are 250m high.

Photograph courtesy of Lietuvos Energija AB
Posted 15 Mar 2012

Mazeikiai
Location: Lithuania
Operator: AB Mazeikiu Elektrine
Configuration: 2 X 80 MW, 1 X 50 MW
Operation: 1979-1982
Fuel: heavy fuel oil
Boiler supplier: Taganrog
T/G supplier: LMZ

Photograph courtesy of AB Mazeikiu Elektrine
Posted 17 Jul 2005

Petrasiunai
Location: Lithuania
Operator: AB Kauno Energija
Configuration: 2 X 3 MW 1 X 10 MW, 3 X 12 MW CHP
Operation: 1930-1959 (ret)
Fuel: natural gas, oil, peat, coal
Boiler supplier: ??
T/G supplier: BMZ, LMZ, AEG
Quick facts: Site is in Kaunas suburbs. First phase of the power station started construction in 1928. This was essentially destroyed in WW II and rebuilt after the war. Still in heating service.

Photograph by Creative (wikipedia)
Posted 15 Mar 2012

Vilnius-3
Location: Lithuania
Operator: Vilniaus Energija UAB
Configuration: 2 X 180 MW CHP
Operation: 1983-1985
Fuel: natural gas, heavy fuel oil
Boiler supplier: Taganrog
T/G supplier: LMZ, SE Plant Electrotyazhmash
EPC: Promenergoprojekt Minsk, Petrasiunui Mechanizuota Kolona
Quick facts: The Vilnius district heating system was developed by the Soviets in the late 1950s. Constructiuon at Vilnius-3 bgan in 1976 amd the first unit went commercial on 29 Dec 1983. Full thermal output is 603 MWt. In 2001, the system was put under 15yr concession by a local subsidiary of Veolia Energy. Tthe Vilnius-3 plant is scheduled to cloase at the beginning of 2016. The stack is 250m tall.

Photograph by Umnik (wikipedia)
Re-posted 1 Nov 2015

Abbreviations

Data: industcards, Platts UDI World Electric Power Plants Data Base

Updated 01-Nov-2015

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