Power Plants in Iraq

Iraq has 27 utility-scale power plants in operation, with a total capacity of 17560.6 MW.

Name Capacity Type Other Fuel Commissioned Owner
Adhaim Dam 27.0 MW Hydro 2000 Iraq Ministry of Water Resources
Al-Anbar 1642.6 MW Gas 2016 Iraq's Ministry of Electricity
Al-Hartha 800.0 MW Oil 1979 Iraq's Ministry of Electricity
Al-Mansurya 728.0 MW Gas 2013 Iraq's Ministry of Electricity
Al-Mussaib 1280.0 MW Oil 2013 Iraq's Ministry of Electricity
Al-Najaf 250.0 MW Gas 2011 Iraq's Ministry of Electricity
Al-Najybia 500.0 MW Gas Oil, 2016 Iraq's Ministry of Electricity
Al-Quds 500.0 MW Oil Iraq's Ministry of Electricity
Al-Shemal 2100.0 MW Oil Gas, 1988 Ministry for Industry and Minerals
Baiji 720.0 MW Oil Iraq's Ministry of Electricity
DIBIS 320.0 MW Gas Oil, 2012 Iraq's Ministry of Electricity
Darbandikhan Dam 248.0 MW Hydro 1961 Iraq Ministry of Water Resources
Dokan Dam 400.0 MW Hydro 1979 Iraq Ministry of Water Resources
Doura 640.0 MW Oil Iraq's Ministry of Electricity
Duhok 1000.0 MW Gas Oil, Iraq's Ministry of Electricity
Erbil 1500.0 MW Gas Oil, 2012 Iraq's Ministry of Electricity
Haditha Dam 660.0 MW Hydro 1987 Iraq Ministry of Water Resources
Hemrin Dam 50.0 MW Hydro 1981 Iraq's Ministry of Water Resources
Khor Al Zubayr 252.0 MW Gas Oil, 2005 Iraq's Ministry of Electricity
Mosul Dam 1052.0 MW Hydro 1986 Iraq's Ministry of Water Resources
Mosul Dam Regulator 62.0 MW Hydro 1986 Iraq's Ministry of Water Resources
Mulla Abdulla (New) 222.0 MW Gas Oil, Iraq's Ministry of Electricity
Sadr 320.0 MW Gas Oil, 2011 Iraq's Ministry of Electricity
Samarra Barrage 75.0 MW Hydro 1956 Iraq's Ministry of Water Resources
Shatt Al-Basra 1250.0 MW Gas 2013 Iraq's Ministry of Electricity
South Baghdad 1 646.0 MW Gas Oil, 2004 Iraq's Ministry of Electricity
Taji 1 316.0 MW Gas Oil, 2012 Iraq's Ministry of Electricity

Data Information

This data is a derivitive set of data gathered by source mentioned below.

Data Sources

Global Energy Observatory/Google/KTH Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm/Enipedia/World Resources Institute/database.earth