EnBW Energie Baden-Württemberg, The Rhein Harbor’s Steam Power Plant
What do we do?
The EnBW Energie Baden-Württemberg AG operates a steam power plant on the Rhein’s harbor in Karulsruhe (RDK). It is located directly in the area of the Rhein River where the Daxlanden borough is found. Here, the company produces electricity and district heating for the city. You will also find two coal-fired power stations, a gas power plant, and a steam power plant in operation.
Depending on how much heat is needed, up to 220 MW (Megawatt = 1.000.000 Watt) can be used to supply the city of Karlsruhe with district heating. The district heating is made of eco-friendly combined heat and power. Coal, natural gas and heating oil are all used as fuel. Ammonia is also used as a consumable material and is stored on the power plant’s site.
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For more Information about the EnBW Energie Baden-Würrttemberg AG visit www.enbw.com.
EnBW-Energie Baden-Württemberg AG Rheinhafen-Dampfkraftwerk