Bexbach Power Plant

Bexbach Power Station is a coal-fired power station in the Bexbach municipality of Saarland, Germany. It has an output capacity of 773 megawatts. The chimney of the power station is 240 meters high. It can store up to 200,000 tons of coal. It is the most efficient power station in the Saarland.

The first power station in Bexbach, called the St. Barbara, was inaugurated in 1953. It had a capacity of only 100 MW. In 1979 construction of today's facility began. It became operational in 1983.

The operator of the power station is STEAG SaarEnergie AG, but several companies have a stake in the plant
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