Channel Island Power Station
|Channel Island Power Station|
|Location||Channel Island, Northern Territory|
|Thermal power station|
|Primary fuel||Natural gas|
|Nameplate capacity||310 MW|
Most of the remainder of Channel Island is the Channel Island Conservation Reserve.
Channel Island Power Station was built and commissioned by the Power and Water Authority, a predecessor of Power and Water Corporation. It is now owned and operated by Territory Generation which was separated from Power and Water in 2014.
Two new Rolls-Royce Trent 60 gas turbines were commissioned to expand the capacity of the power station in 2011. These two turbines can each generate 58MW of electricity and collectively increased the generation capacity on the Darwin-Katherine power system by 25%. Leighton Contractors added a 40MW GE LM6000 gas turbine generator.
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