Power Plants in Slovakia

Slovakia has 30 utility-scale power plants in operation, with a total capacity of 6230.9 MW.

Name Capacity Type Other Fuel Commissioned Owner
Badín 6.0 MW Solar
Bohunice Nuclear Power Plant Slovakia 880.0 MW Nuclear
Cierny Vah Pumped Storage Hydroelectric Power Plant Slovakia 735.0 MW Hydro
Cunovo Hydroelectric Power Plant Slovakia 24.0 MW Hydro
Dubnica nad Vahom Hydroelectric Power Plant Slovakia 16.5 MW Hydro
Gabcikovo Hydroelectric Power Plant Slovakia 720.0 MW Hydro
Horna Streda Hydroelectric Power Plant Slovakia 25.5 MW Hydro
Hricov Hydroelectric Power Plant Slovakia 31.5 MW Hydro
Ilava Hydroelectric Power Plant Slovakia 15.0 MW Hydro
Kostolna Hydroelectric Power Plant Slovakia 25.5 MW Hydro
Kralova Hydroelectric Power Plant Slovakia 45.06 MW Hydro
Kreplany Hydroelectric Power Plant Slovakia 24.75 MW Hydro
L'adovo 18.0 MW Solar
Levice CCGT CHP Power Plant Slovakia 80.0 MW Gas
Lipovec Hydroelectric Power Plant Slovakia 38.4 MW Hydro
Liptovska Mara Pumped Storage Hydroelectric Power Plant Slovakia 198.0 MW Hydro
Madunice Hydroelectric Power Plant Slovakia 43.2 MW Hydro
Malzenice CCGT Power Plant Slovakia 430.0 MW Gas
Miskova Hydroelectric Power Plant Slovakia 93.6 MW Hydro
Mochovce Nuclear Power Plant Slovakia 880.0 MW Nuclear
Nosice Hydroelectric Power Plant Slovakia 67.5 MW Hydro
Novaky (ENO) Thermal CHP Power Plant Slovakia 518.0 MW Coal
Nove Mesto n.V. Hydroelectric Power Plant Slovakia 25.5 MW Hydro
Orava Hydroelectric Power Plant Slovakia 21.75 MW Hydro
PPC Bratislava CCGT CHP Power Plant Slovakia 218.0 MW Gas
Povazska Bystrica Hydroelectric Power Plant Slovakia 55.2 MW Hydro
Ruzin Pumped Storage Hydroelectric Power plant Slovakia 60.0 MW Hydro
Sucany Hydroelectric Power Plant Slovakia 38.4 MW Hydro
Trencin Hydroelectric Power Plant Slovakia 16.5 MW Hydro
Vojany (EVO) Thermal Power Plant Slovakia 880.0 MW Coal

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