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Coal-Fired Plants Financed by International Public
Investment Institutions Since 1994

Foreclosing the Future:Coal, Climate and International Public Finance

This spreadsheet contains detailed information on the 88 power plants that form the basis
of EDF's report on financing of coal-fired power plants in the developing world and
economies in transition by international public financing institutions.

This data is provided for informational purposes only. Please refer to the full report
linked to above for all final calculations and information. Please direct any questions or
comments about the information to report author Bruce Rich, senior counsel for
international finance and development, at brich@edf.org.

Please be aware that editing, reformatting or otherwise manipulating the data in this
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View coal-fired plant finance providers and recipients broken out by financing institution
and country.
View name, location, future annual CO2 emissions, megawatt hours, capacity and
description of power plants.
View project cost and financing information, including financing institution, for each power
plant. In this worksheet each financial transaction is a separate entry, so the same power
plant may have several entries if it has been financed by several financial institutions.

View plant and prospective financing information for plants in our data base for which
financing is pending but not formally approved
This tab lists financing information for several plants in our data base that received
financing only for pollution control measures. The emissions of these plants were not
counted in the Power Plant Overview and Public Financing worksheets.
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Please refer to Appendix A in the full report linked to above for a discussion of
methodology and sources.
Public financial institution Origin Total financing
(in mln US$)
Japan Bank for International Cooperation (JBIC) Japan 8139
World Bank Group (IBRD/IDA/IFC/MIGA) ** Multilateral 5315
Asian Development Bank (ADB) Multilateral 3913
US Export-Import Bank United States 3479
European Investment Bank (EIB) Multilateral 2511
Nippon Export and Investment Insurance (NEXI) Japan 2089
Kreditanstalt für Wiederaufbau (KfW) Germany 1769
China Development Bank China 1681
Euler Hermes Germany 1174

European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD)


Multilateral 869
Servizi Assicurativi del Commercio Estero (SACE) Italy 789
Export-Import Bank of Korea (Kexim) Korea 700
Overseas Private Investment Corporation (OPIC) United States 685
Export Credits Guarantee Department (ECGD) United Kingdom 606
China Exim Bank China 580
Sinosure China 562
African Development Bank (AfDB) Multilateral 500

Compagnie Francaise d'Assurance pour le Commerce Exterieur


France (COFACE) 475
Bank of China China 308
Korea Export Insurance Corporation (KEIC) Korea 300
Nordic Investment Bank (NIB) Multilateral 202
Garanti-instituttet for eksportkreditt (GIEK) Norway 147
CESCE Spain 76
Export Development Canada (EDC) Canada 62
Black Sea Trade and Development Bank (BSTDB) Multilateral 41
Geschäftsstelle für die Exportrisikogarantie (ERG) Switzerland 40

Netherlands Development Finance Company (FMO) Netherlands 16

Deutsche Investitions- und Entwicklungsgesellschaft (DEG)


Germany 14
Inter-American Development Bank (IDB / IADB) Multilateral 0
Commonwealth Development Corporation (CDC) United Kingdom 0

*It should be noted that “projects” means financing projects, referring specifically to each individual financial transaction made
financing recipients. Individual power plants or power plant operators sometimes receive multiple financing transactions from r
the spreadsheet detailing the data for the report we identify 124 separate financing projects for 88 coal plants and coal plant e
Bank Group, for example, we list 29 financing projects which have gone to 22 separate coal plants.
** The World Bank Group includes financing from IFC ($ 2,467 mln, 17 projects), MIGA ($ 393 mln, 4 projects) and IBRD/IDA (

Countries ranked in financing coal power plants, both in terms of capital provided and in terms of number of projects
(i.e. adding up the data for the public financiers originating from the same country)
Number of
Total financing financing
Countries (in mln US$) projects
Multilateral 13,352 73
Japan 10,228 27
United States 4,164 23
China 3,131 8
Germany 2,957 12
Korea 1,000 2
Italy 789 2
United Kingdom 606 5
France 475 4
Norway 147 1
Spain 76 1
Canada 62 1
Switzerland 40 1
Netherlands 16 1

Countries ranked by the total amount of public capital received from abroad to finance coal-fired power plants

Countries in mln US$


Indonesia 10,264.06
Philippines 6,041.17
China 4,712.84
India 4,325.68
Bulgaria 1,892.68
Germany 1,586.33
South Africa 1,128.62
Vietnam 1,039.13
Morocco 849.70
Poland 813.08
Chile 740.00
Malaysia 736.96
Thailand 681.00
Turkey 659.93
Mexico 611.00
Slovenia 479.76
Ukraine 113.00
Slovakia 87.69
Romania 86.40
Kazakhstan 70.00
Colombia 62.40
Guatemala 32.00
Czech Republic 30.40
Number of
financing projects
21
29
21
17
9
6
6
4
5

9
2
1
6
3
1
1
1

4
2
1
2
1
1
1
2
1

1
0
2

to each individual financial transaction made by MDBs and ECAs to their


receive multiple financing transactions from repeat or multiple sources. Thus, in
g projects for 88 coal plants and coal plant expansions. In the case of the World
parate coal plants.
MIGA ($ 393 mln, 4 projects) and IBRD/IDA ($ 2,455 mln, 8 projects).

ovided and in terms of number of projects financed


d to finance coal-fired power plants
Power plants
Future Power plant name Country Annual CO2 Annual CO2
Rank emissions emissions
Present Future
3 Belchatow Poland 34,600,000 44,264,861

6 Waigaoqiao China 20,100,000 37,800,000

15 Kusile (Formely Bravo) South Africa 0 32,200,501

16 Medupi South Africa 0 32,000,000

32 Ligang China 17,100,000 27,100,000

43 Krishnapatnam Ultra Mega Power


India Project 0 25,700,000

44 Mundra Ultra Mega Power Project


India 0 25,700,000

47 Tuoketuo-1 China 24,700,000 25,500,000

49 Qinbei China 15,100,000 25,300,000

97 Barh India 0 20,700,000

107 Petacalco Mexico 19,300,000 19,600,000

121 Sipat India 2,574,998 18,500,000

136 Manjung Malaysia 16,900,000 17,500,000


140 Dezhou (Hualu) China 17,000,000 17,300,000

158 Simhadri India 7,939,210 16,300,000

163 Tanjung Jati B Indonesia 7,086,916 16,100,000

170 Yangzhou-2 China 15,500,000 15,900,000

182 Kahalgaon India 6,692,444 15,500,000

185 Paiton I Indonesia 8,919,937 15,400,000

232 Bangko Tengah Indonesia 0 14,300,000

235 Qitaihe China 6,423,319 14,200,000

240 Guangzhou Development Industry


China (Holdings) Co
9,327,629 14,044,591

255 Yangcheng China 13,300,000 13,700,000


295 Turow Poland 12,200,000 12,300,000

307 Jorf Lasfar Morocco 11,800,000 12,100,000

316 Schwarze Pumpe Germany 11,900,000 12,000,000


332 Shiheng-2 China 11,600,000 11,700,000

340 Arnot South Africa 11,500,000 11,600,000

393 Afsin-Elbistan A Turkey 10,500,000 10,600,000

477 Krishnapatnam India 0 9,137,548

488 RDK (Karlsruhe) Germany 3,395,763 8,993,588

492 Huaneng Dalian China 8,786,094 8,937,103

493 Huangen Fuzhou China 8,786,094 8,937,103

494 Huaneng Nantong China 8,770,791 8,928,141

500 Paiton II Indonesia 8,605,144 8,841,385

501 Yuzhou China 4,211,809 8,831,913

527 Šoštanj Slovenia 3,841,655 8,494,624

538 Sual Philippines 8,180,790 8,386,988

550 Afsin-Elbistan B Turkey 7,776,933 8,265,028


557 Map Ta Phut BLCP Thailand 7,663,836 8,216,914

604 Masinloc Philippines 3,766,177 7,765,260

692 Schkopau II Germany 7,188,427 7,273,030

713 Pagbilao Philippines 4,414,982 7,051,435

781 Maritza East 3 Bulgaria 3,568,974 6,793,798

790 Pathadi India 0 6,774,305

804 Patnow II Poland 6,676,794 6,739,020

801 Hai Phong Thermal Vietnam 0 6,728,667

823 Long Phu-1 Vietnam 0 6,620,117

828 Mong Duong 2 Vietnam 0 6568530

843 Ib Valley India 3,209,463 6,471,254


863 Leiyang China 6,117,460 6,262,764

989 Mong Duong 1 Vietnam 0 5,516,149

991 Indramayu Indonesia 0 5,515,413


1063 Starobeshev Ukraine 4,922,180 4,955,477

1135 Walsum Germany 4,469,888 4,500,841

1136 Meizhou Wan China 4,355,667 4,496,636


1168 Huaneng Dandong China 4,250,575 4,365,648

1268 Calaca Philippines 3,850,841 3,910,208

1471 Rembang Indonesia 0 3,352,859


1477 Cam Pha Vietnam 0 3345822

1499 Quezon Philippines 3,192,052 3,288,548

1531 Kelvin South Africa 3,176,803 3,199,283

1565 Vojany Slovakia 3,054,928 3,084,553


1666 Pavlodar CCL Kazakhstan 2,781,188 2,796,646

1732 Kladno Czech Republic 1,886,265 2,620,922

1738 Green Energy China 725,141 2,609,561

1807 Mao Khe-2 Vietnam 0 2,467,294

1850 Karaganda Kazakhstan 2,364,010 2,377,149

1864 Baima China 2,352,480 2,352,480


2155 Tianjin China 1,500,246 1,825,200

2553 Bhilai Works India 1,351,174 1,362,602

2555 Mindanao Steag Philippines 1,268,209 1,361,359

2572 Maritza East 1 Bulgaria 1,331,602 1,337,387

2643 Son Dong Vietnam 0 1,285,963

2649 Mao Khe-1 Vietnam 0 1,280,757

2789 Banjarsari Indonesia 0 1,165,681

3017 Paroseni Romania 951,866 958,334


3152 Tasajero Colombia 860,606 872,215

3154 Bengbu City China 861,360 871,739

3187 Central Termoelectrica Andino


Chile 0 860,606

3653 Swiecie Pulp Mill Poland 654,936 659,847

3787 Purwakarta Indorama Indonesia 573,894 603,421

3788 Plant in South Kalimantan Indonesia 573,894 603,421

5302 An Hoa Vietnam 0 224,341

5474 Nong Son Vietnam 0 202,362

5922 Planta Arizona Guatemala 104,414 152,573

10649 Tarahan Indonesia 13,337 14,990

11447 Mumbai Jindal India 9,275 11,458

Total 468,462,470 826,338,213


# of Entries 88 88
Effective 791,748,310
Annual CO2
Emmisions
(Accounting
for
PETACALCO,
Dailin, Fuzhou,
& Arnot):

217,217,186
Annual Megawatt Annual Megawatt Capacity Capacity
Hours (MWH) Hours (MWH) (MW) (MW)
Present Future Present Future
32,800,000 42,371,194 4,440 5736

20,200,000 41,100,000 3,600 NA

0 35,722,431 0 4818

0 35,500,000 0 4788

16,600,000 28,100,000 2,700 NA

0 27,900,000 0 4000

0 27,900,000 0 4000

23,300,000 24,100,000 3,600 NA

15,600,000 26,200,000 1,200 NA

0 22,000,000 0 3300

17,800,000 18,100,000 2,100 2748

1,965,945 18,600,000 1,101 NA

15,400,000 15,900,000 2,100 NA


15,500,000 15,800,000 2,520 NA

7,620,000 15,700,000 1,000 NA

5,948,855 14,600,000 1,320 2640

15,000,000 15,500,000 2,400 NA

6,031,000 14,700,000 3,379 NA

7,650,601 13,900,000 1,230 NA

0 12,800,000 0 2400

5,342,404 12,700,000 700 NA

10,811,177 15,209,278 1,575 NA

11,900,000 12,200,000 2,100 NA


10,800,000 10,800,000 2,000 NA

10,400,000 10,700,000 660 1356

12,000,000 12,000,000 NA NA
10,200,000 10,300,000 1,200 NA

10,100,000 10,200,000 2,100 NA

9,152,608 9,270,992 1,355 NA

0 9,001,560 0 1600

3,515,989 9,935,145 NA NA

7,525,137 7,666,692 1,400 NA

7,525,137 7,666,692 1,400 NA

7,510,805 7,658,301 1,400 NA

7,355,806 7,576,939 1,220 NA

3,367,272 7,568,065 700 NA

3,057,732 7,277,399 600 NA

6,960,015 7,152,106 1,200 NA

6,585,129 7,038,433 1,440 NA


6,480,459 6,993,629 1,400 NA

2,979,625 6,574,313 600 NA

6,924,094 7,013,273 900 NA

3,545,316 5,916,293 700 NA

2,809,416 6,049,213 840 NA

0 5,662,468 0 1920

5,789,217 5,848,253 464 NA

0 5,620,761 0 NA

0 5,521,671 0 1200

0 5474626 0 545

2,501,419 5,386,017 410 NA


5,064,816 5,196,533 1,000 NA

0 4,522,927 0 2200

0 4,522,266 0 990
4,111,550 4,144,879 NA NA

3,593,565 3,620,787 750 NA

3,493,254 3,617,088 720 NA


3,401,184 3,502,011 700 NA

3,052,956 3,104,466 600 NA

0 2,623,901 0 630
0 2617876 0 260

2,486,582 2,568,906 440 NA

2,473,591 2,492,744 600 NA

2,738,207 2,774,264 440 NA


2,138,740 2,151,747 550 NA

1,520,580 2,132,636 21 343

626,370 729,408 NA NA

0 1,876,194 0 186

1,817,929 1,828,985 470 NA

2,028,000 2,028,000 300 NA


1,091,776 1,690,000 170 250

971,123 980,109 580 NA

906,100 979,132 210 NA

955,749 960,290 600 NA

0 919,982 0 92

0 915,909 0 91

0 826,296 0 200

662,047 666,969 300 NA


592,950 601,703 150 450

593,518 601,344 NA NA

0 592,950 0 150

439,849 443,457 NA NA

380,683 402,155 60 NA

380,683 402,155 60 NA

0 136,280 0 14

0 121,748 0 12

213,390 323,088 120 NA

22,478 25,542 200 NA

15,109 19,040 260 NA

422,327,937 782,139,511 68,355 46919


88 88 82 28
Brief description of power plant

Type of plant and technology used


Largest lignite-fired power plant in Poland and in Europe

Two 900-1,000 megawatt coal-fired supercritical thermal


power units; installation of flue-gas desulfurisation equipment
(to offset anticipated SO2 emissions) at Shanghai's
Shidongkou Power Plant; and (c) the construction two 500
Kilovolt power lines to co
Loan to Eskom, the electricity company owned by the South
African government. About 60% of the new construction
projects of Eskom consist of coal-fired plants, such as the
new Medupi and Kusile plants and the upgrading of the Arnot
plant.
Loan to Eskom, the electricity company owned by the South
African government. About 60% of the new construction
projects of Eskom consist of coal-fired plants, such as the
new Medupi and Kusile plants and the upgrading of the Arnot
plant.
Coal fired power station, total of 2,700MW generating
capacity. Located in Wuxi, Jiangsu Province, China. Installed
Capacity: 2 x 350MW, 2 x 370MV and 2 x 630MW

A supercritical coal-fired power generation facility

Coal-fired power plant (5 units of 800 MW each) on a build-


own-operate basis, incorporating supercritical technology

The Tuoketuo Power Plant Phase I, consisting of two 600


MW coal-fired generation units

two 600-MW coal-fired thermal power units

Around 3,300 MW of coal-generated power is being added at


Barh near Patna in Bihar, India. The three-unit 1,980MW
Barh I is planned to start operation in 2009. The two-unit
1,320MW Barh II extension is expected to be completed in
2010. This project utilizes supercritical technology.

The Sipat Super Thermal Power Plant in Bilaspur,


Chhattisgarh state, and the Kahalgaon Super Thermal Power
Plant Stage II Project in Bhagalpur, Bihar state. NTPC will
implement supercritical steam technology at the Sipat plant.
Together these two projects
3 x 700-MW coal-fired power plant at Manjung in Malaysia.
Has a seawater scrubbing process for flue gas
desulphurization
The Dezhou Power Plant is located in the city of Dezhou and
had originally been wholly-owned and operated by
Shandong Huaneng. Phase I and Phase II of the Dezhou
Power Plant commenced commercial operation in 1991 and
1994, respectively. Construction of Ph
2 x 500 MW power plant in the suburbs of Vishakhapatnam,
in the state of Andhra Pradesh, southern India

The 2x660 MW Thermal Power Station is located at Tanjung


Jati, Central Java, Indonesia. The thermal station consists of
two B&W pulverized coal-fired boilers, two Toshiba tandem
compound steam turbines - each with a 795,000 MVA
generator, and a 500 kV sub
4x600 MW coal-fired power plant

The Sipat Super Thermal Power Plant in Bilaspur,


Chhattisgarh state, and the Kahalgaon Super Thermal Power
Plant Stage II Project in Bhagalpur, Bihar state. NTPC will
implement supercritical steam technology at the Sipat plant.
Together these two projects
1,230 MW coal fired power unit

4x600 MW coal-fired power plant in South Sumatra

Guangzhou Development Industry (Holdings) Co (GDIH) is


the largest electric power producer in the City of Guangzhou,
the largest load center of South China Grid. GDIH has a total
installed capacity of 2100 MW, of which about 75% consists
of coal-fired plants
6 x 350MW coal-fired plant
Coal-fired power plant active since 1962

Expansion of the Jorf Lasfar power plant. The project


involved the installation of two 348MW steam turbine
generator sets, two coal-fired boilers, the control system and
a number of other pieces of equipment.
Lignite-fired power plant to replace obsolete unit at Schwarze
Pumpe (Bradenburg)
4x300 MW coal-fired power plant

Loan to Eskom, the electricity company owned by the South


African government. About 60% of the new construction
projects of Eskom consist of coal-fired plants, such as the
new Medupi and Kusile plants and the upgrading of the Arnot
plant.
Lignite-fired thermal power plant at Afsin-Elbistan in
Kahramanmaras, in eastern Turkey
2x800MW coal-fired power plant (not to be confused with the
Krishnapatnam Ultra Mega Power Project)

Construction of new, clean-coal steam-cycle power plant


designed for co-generation of heat and power using hard
coal, in Karlsruhe
The Dalian Power Plant is located on the outskirts of Dalian,
on the coast of Bohai Bay. It has an installed capacity of
1,400MW and consists of four 350MW coal-fired units. Two
units of the Dalian Power Plant Phase I use equipment
produced by the Mitsubi
The Fuzhou Power Plant is located on southeast Fuzhou. It
has an installed capacity of 1,400MW and consists of four
350MW coal-fired units. Two units of Phase I use equipment
produced by the Mitsubishi Consortium which commenced
commercial operations in S
The Nantong Power Plant is located in the city of Nantong. It
has an installed capacity of 1,400MW and consists of four
350MW coal-fired units which commenced commercial
operations in September 1989 and March 1990, respectively.
The units of Phase I use e
1,220 MW coal fired power unit

Construction of 2 x 350 MW Yuzhou Thermal Power Plants.

Construction of a new 600 MW unit to replace obsolete


facilities near Velenje in north-east Slovenia. Use of BAT
technology.
New coal-fired plant. Scrubber equipment will be installed to
remove sulfur dioxide from stack emissions
Lignite-fired thermal power plant with a capacity of 4 360MW
at Afsin-Elbistan in Kahramanmaras, in eastern Turkey
2x700MW coal-fired plants

Coal-fired thermal power plant

Lignite-fired power plant (900 MWe) to replace obsolete units


at Schkopau, north of Leipzig, in one of eastern Germany's
two lignite mining centres
Coal-fired thermal power plant

Existing power plant

A 600 MW (2*300 MW units) coal based thermal power plant


in Pathadi village, Korba district of the state of Chhatisgarh,
India. Being developed in four phases, the plant will have a
total capacity of 1,920 MW.
New single 464 MW unit at the ZE Patnow Adamow Konin
S.A. (PAK), a group of three lignite-fired power plants. The
project will use a supercritical boiler technology and is going
to be implemented through a turn-key EPC contract.

Coal-fired thermal power plant in Hai Phong City, northern


Vietnam

Coal-fired thermal power plant with use of super critical boiler


technology
One of seven new coal-fuelled plants with a total capacity of
1200 MW by 2010.
Coal-fired power plant
2 X 200 MW, 2 X 300 MW anthracite-fired power plant

Coal-fired thermal power plant

3x330 MW coal-fired power plant


Supply and installation of a 210 MW fluidised bed boiler with
ancillary equipment at Unit 4 of the Starobeshevo Power
Station in eastern Ukraine
Construction of a new block 10 with capacacity of 750 MW in
the Federal State of North-Rhine Westphalia
The Dandong Power Plant had originally been developed
and constructed by HIPDC which transferred all its rights and
interests therein to the Company effective 31st December,
1994.

The Dandong Power Plant is located on the outskirts of the


city of Dandong

Coal-fired thermal power plant

2x315MW coal-fired power plant in Central Java


One of seven new coal-fuelled plants with a total capacity of
1200 MW by 2010.
Coal-fired power plant

a 600 MW coal-fired power station located near


Johannesburg

Coal-fired power station


Power and heat generation with 550 MW total installed
capacity, and distribution network located in Pavlodar in
North East Kazakhstan
Coal-fired power plant in Kladno, near Prague in the Czech
Republic. The project involves the expansion of the complex
from 21 MW to 343 MW. Construction of the new plant
consists of installing two 125 coal-burning fluidized bed
boilers and associated ste
Financing of a company called China Green Energy that will
invest in power plants in China. About 75% of these plants
will be coal-fired.
One of seven new coal-fuelled plants with a total capacity of
1200 MW by 2010.
The borrower was TOO Karaganda Power (KPC), a privately
owned limited liability Kazakh company operating two coal-
fired CHP plants (totalling 470 MW installed electric capacity
and 1500 MW heating capacity) and the associated district
heating network for
Anthracite-fired power plant. It is a demonstration plant for
large capacity CFB boilers and a transfer of technology for
the Chinese domestic use.
Integrated gasification combined cycle (IGCC) power plant

Coal-fired power plant

Construction of a 210-MW coal-fired power plant in the


PHIVIDEC Industrial Estate in Villanueva

Replacement of the old plant and construction of a new 2 x


300 MW net lignite-fired power plant
One of seven new coal-fuelled plants with a total capacity of
1200 MW by 2010.
One of seven new coal-fuelled plants with a total capacity of
1200 MW by 2010.
2x100 MW coal-fired power plant in South Sumatra

Coal-fired thermal power plant


150-megawatt coal-fired thermal plant near Cucuta city, in
Colombia
Expansion of an existing CHP plant in Bengbu City, Anhui
Province and to finance investments in other CHP projects in
China.
The new power station will use circulating fluidised bed
technology that can burn biomass and other fuels, and will
be the first coal unit to begin operations in Chile’s Sistema
Interconectado del Norte Grande (SING) starting in 2010.

combined heat and power plant supplying steam and


electricity to Frantschach Swiecie SA, Poland's second
largest pulp and paper producer.
Coal-fired captive cogeneration power plant mainly for
Indorama's internal use at its main production site in the
district of Purwakarta, about 100 km east of Jakarta.
60MW (2x30MW) mine-mouth coal-fired power plant in
South Kalimantan
One of seven new coal-fuelled plants with a total capacity of
1200 MW by 2010.
One of seven new coal-fuelled plants with a total capacity of
1200 MW by 2010.
Coal-fired power plant

Coal-fired thermal power plant

Coal-fired power plant


Power plants
Power plant name Country Operator Sponsor(s)

Arnot, Kusile (Formerly South Africa Eskom


Bravo) & Medupi

Belchatow Poland BOT ELEKTROWNIA BELCHATOW


BOT SA

Belchatow Poland BOT ELEKTROWNIA BELCHATOW


BOT SA

Waigaoqiao China Shanghai Municipal Shenergy Company Ltd.


Electric Power
Company (SMEPC)

Sipat & Kahalgaon India NTPC Limited

Sipat & Kahalgaon India NTPC Limited

Medupi South Africa Eskom


LIGANG China CITIC PACIFIC LTD

Mundra Ultra Mega Power India Coastal Gujarat Power Tata Power
Project Limited Company Limited

Mundra Ultra Mega Power India Coastal Gujarat Power Tata Power
Project Limited Company Limited

Krishnapatnam Ultra Mega PIndia Coastal Andhra Power Reliance Power


Company (CAPL) Limited
Krishnapatnam Ultra Mega PIndia Coastal Andhra Power Reliance Power
Company (CAPL) Limited
Tuoketuo-1 China Inner Mongolia Datang DATANG INTL
Tuoketuo Power POWER GEN CO
Generation Co.

Qinbei China Electric Power of


Henan

Barh India NTPC Limited


Petacalco Mexico COMISION FEDERAL
DE ELEC

Petacalco Mexico COMISION FEDERAL


DE ELEC

MANJUNG Malaysia TENAGA


JANAMANJUNG SDN
BHD

DEZHOU (HUALU) China HUANENG POWER


INTERNATIONAL

Simhadri India NTPC Limited

Simhadri India NTPC Limited

Simhadri India NTPC Limited

Masinloc and Sual Philippines MASINLOC POWER National Power Corporation (NPC)
PARTNERS CO LTD
and TEAM ENERGY
CORP
Masinloc and Sual Philippines MASINLOC POWER National Power Corporation (NPC)
PARTNERS CO LTD
and TEAM ENERGY
CORP

Masinloc and Sual Philippines MASINLOC POWER National Power Corporation (NPC)
PARTNERS CO LTD
and TEAM ENERGY
CORP

Tanjung Jati B Indonesia PT Central Java Power Sumitomo


(CJP)

Tanjung Jati B Indonesia PT Central Java Power Sumitomo


(CJP)

Tanjung Jati B Indonesia PT Central Java Power Sumitomo


(CJP)

Tanjung Jati B Indonesia PT Central Java Power Sumitomo


(CJP)

YANGZHOU-2 China CHINA RESOURCES


POWER HOLDINGS
Paiton 1 Indonesia Paiton Energy Mitsui (share 36%),
Company IPM Eagle LLP
(45%, a partnership
consisting of
International Power
plc and Mitsui), The
Tokyo Electric
Power Company,
Inc. (14%) and PT
BHP (5%)

Paiton 1 Indonesia Paiton Energy Mitsui (share 36%),


Company IPM Eagle LLP
(45%, a partnership
consisting of
International Power
plc and Mitsui), The
Tokyo Electric
Power Company,
Inc. (14%) and PT
BHP (5%)

Paiton 1 Indonesia Paiton Energy Mitsui (share 36%),


Company IPM Eagle LLP
(45%, a partnership
consisting of
International Power
plc and Mitsui), The
Tokyo Electric
Power Company,
Inc. (14%) and PT
BHP (5%)

Paiton 1 Indonesia Paiton Energy Mitsui (share 36%),


Company IPM Eagle LLP
(45%, a partnership
consisting of
International Power
plc and Mitsui), The
Tokyo Electric
Power Company,
Inc. (14%) and PT
BHP (5%)

An Hoa, Cam Pha, Mao Vietnam Vietnam Coal


Khe-1, Mao Khe-2, Mong Corporation (Vinacoal)
Duong-2, Nong Son and
Son Dong.
Bangko Tengah Indonesia Tambang Batubara China Huadian
Bukit Asam (PTBA) Corporation

Qitaihe China Hunan Electric Power


Co (HEPC)

Guangzhou Development China Guangzhou DevelopmentGuangzhou


Industry (Holdings)
Development
Co Industry (Holdin
Industry (Holdings) Co

YANGCHENG China AES CHINA

YANGCHENG China AES CHINA

Turow Poland BOT ELEKTROWNIA


TUROW SA
Jorf Lasfar Morocco Jorf Lasfar Energy
Company (JLEC)

Jorf Lasfar Morocco Jorf Lasfar Energy


Company (JLEC)

Schwarze Pumpe Germany Vattenfall Europe AG

Shiheng China Shangong Zhonghua CLP (29.4%),


Power C Shandong Electric
Power Group
(36.6%), Shandong
International Trust
and Investment
14.4%, and EDF
International
(19.6%)

Afsin-Elbistan A Turkey Elektrik Uretim AS


(EUAS)

KRISHNAPATNAM India Andhra Pradesh Power


Development Company
(APGENCO)

RDK (KARLSRUHE) Germany ENBW ENERGIE


BADEN-
WURTTEMBERG
HUANENG DALIAN China HUANENG POWER
INTERNATIONAL

HUANENG FUZHOU China HUANENG POWER


INTERNATIONAL

Huaneng Nantong China HUANENG POWER


INTERNATIONAL

Paiton 2 Indonesia Jawa Power Siemens (50%),


YTL (35%), and PT
Bumipertiwi
Tatapradipta (15%)
Paiton II Indonesia Jawa Power Siemens (50%),
YTL (35%), and PT
Bumipertiwi
Tatapradipta (15%)

Yuzhou-2 China CHINA RESOURCES POWER HOLDINGS

Šoštanj Slovenia Slovenské elektrárne ENEL

Sual Philippines Pangasinan Electric Southern company


Corporation (PEC)

Sual Philippines Pangasinan Electric Southern company


Corporation (PEC)

Sual Philippines Pangasinan Electric Southern company


Corporation (PEC)
Sual Philippines Pangasinan Electric Southern company
Corporation (PEC)

Afsin-Elbistan B Turkey Elektrik Uretim AS


(EUAS)

Map Ta Phut BLCP Thailand BLCP Power Ltd CLP Holdings, a


power utility in
Hong Kong, and
Banpu Public
Company, a Thai
resource and
energy company

Map Ta Phut BLCP Thailand BLCP Power Ltd CLP Holdings, a


power utility in
Hong Kong, and
Banpu Public
Company, a Thai
resource and
energy company

Map Ta Phut BLCP Thailand BLCP Power Ltd CLP Holdings, a


power utility in
Hong Kong, and
Banpu Public
Company, a Thai
resource and
energy company

Masinloc Philippines Masinloc Power AES


Partners Co. Ltd

Masinloc Philippines Masinloc Power AES


Partners Co. Ltd
Masinloc Philippines Masinloc Power AES
Partners Co. Ltd

Schkopau Germany

Pagbilao Philippines Crimson Power 50/50 joint venture


between Tokyo
Electric Power
Company (TEPCO)
and Marubeni
Corporation

Pagbilao Philippines Crimson Power 50/50 joint venture


between Tokyo
Electric Power
Company (TEPCO)
and Marubeni
Corporation

Maritza East 3 Bulgaria Maritza East III Power Joint venture of


Company AD NEK, Enel and
Entergy. Since
2006, only Enel
(73%) en NEK
(27%)

Maritza East 3 Bulgaria Maritza East III Power Joint venture of


Company AD NEK, Enel and
Entergy. Since
2006, only Enel
(73%) en NEK
(27%)

Maritza East 3 Bulgaria Maritza East III Power Joint venture of


Company AD NEK, Enel and
Entergy. Since
2006, only Enel
(73%) en NEK
(27%)

Maritza East 3 Bulgaria Maritza East III Power Joint venture of


Company AD NEK, Enel and
Entergy. Since
2006, only Enel
(73%) en NEK
(27%)
Pathadi India Lanco Amarkantak Lanco Group

Patnow II Poland Patnow Adamov Konin


S.A. (PAK)

Hai Phong Thermal Vietnam HAI PHONG THERMAL POWER


Vietnam JSC
Electricity (EVN)

Long Phu-1 Vietnam

Ib Valley India AES

Leiyang China Hunan Electric Power Co (HEPC)

Mong Duong 1 Vietnam Electricity of Vietnam (EVN)

Mong Duong 1 Vietnam Electricity of Vietnam


(EVN)

Indramayu Indonesia PLN Persero

Indramayu Indonesia PLN Persero

Starobeshev Ukraine Donbasenergo


Walsum Germany Evonik Industries Joint venture of
STEAG and EVN

Meizhou Wan China Fujian Pacific Electric InterGen and Lippo


Company China Resources
Limited

Meizhou Wan China Fujian Pacific Electric InterGen and Lippo


Company China Resources
Limited

Meizhou Wan China Fujian Pacific Electric InterGen and Lippo


Company China Resources
Limited

Huaneng Dandong China HUANENG POWER


INTERNATIONAL

Calaca Philippines Emerald Energy GDF Suez


Corporation

Calaca Philippines Emerald Energy GDF Suez


Corporation

Calaca Philippines Emerald Energy GDF Suez


Corporation

Rembang Indonesia PLN Persero


Quezon Philippines Quezon Power Limited Intergen (United
States), Ogden
Energy (United
States) and PMR
Power, Inc.
(Philippines)

Kelvin South Africa Kelvin Holdings A consortium of


Macquarie, Old
Mutual Investment
Group, Kagiso
Trust Investment,
Aldwych
International, its
partner the
Netherlands
Development
Finance Company
(FMO) and J&J
Infrastructure
Holdings

Vojany Slovakia Slovenské elektrárne ENEL

Pavlodar CCL Kazakhstan Pavlodar Energo Joint


Stock Company

Kladno Czech Republic El Paso Energy

Green Energy China HANGZHOU JINJIANG China Green


GROUP CO LTD Energy Limited

Karaganda Kazakhstan TOO Karaganda Power


(KPC)

Karaganda Kazakhstan TOO Karaganda Power


(KPC)
Baima China Sichuan Baima CFB
Power Plant Co

Tianjin China Greengen China Huaneng Group

Bhilai Works India Bhilai Power Supply Co


mpany Ltd

Mindanao Steag Philippines State Power


Development
Corporation (SPDC)

Mindanao Steag Philippines State Power


Development
Corporation (SPDC)

Maritza East 1 Bulgaria AES-3C Maritza East 1 AES


EOOD
Maritza East 1 Bulgaria AES-3C Maritza East 1 AES
EOOD

Maritza East 1 Bulgaria AES-3C Maritza East 1 AES


EOOD

Banjarsari Indonesia Tambang Batubara


Bukit Asam (PTBA)

Paroseni Romania

TASAJERO Colombia Dunriding Company


N.V

Bengbu City China Peak Pacific Alliant Energy


Investment Corporation International

Central Termoelectrica Chile Central Termoeléctrica GDF Suez


Andino Andino
Central Termoelectrica Chile Central Termoeléctrica GDF Suez
Andino Andino

Swiecie Pelp Mill Poland Frantschach Swiecie


SA and Polish Energy
Partners SA
Purwakarta Indorama Indonesia PT Indorama Synthetic
Tbk

Plant in South Kalimantan Indonesia PT Makmur Sejahtera PT Adaro Energy


Wisesa
Plant in South Kalimantan Indonesia PT Makmur Sejahtera PT Adaro Energy
Wisesa
Planta Arizona Guatemala Termoelectrica Arizona

Tarahan Indonesia PT Perusahaan Listrik


Negara (Persero)

MUMBAI JINDAL India Jindal Tractebel Power


Company

Unspecified China

Unspecified South Africa

Total financing (in mln


US$)
Number of financing
projects
Effective Annual
CO2 Emmisions
(Accounting for
PETACALCO,
Dailin, Fuzhou, &
Arnot):
Annual CO2 Annual CO2 Annual Annual Capacity Capacity
emissions emissions Megawatt Megawatt (MW) (MW) Future
Present Future Hours (MWH) Hours (MWH) Present
Present Future

11,500,000 75,800,501 10,100,000 81,422,431 2100.00 9606.00

34,600,000 44,264,861 32,800,000 42,371,194 4,440 5736

34,600,000 44,264,861 32,800,000 42,371,194 4,440 5736

20,100,000 37,800,000 20,200,000 41,100,000 3,600 NA

9,267,442 34,000,000 7,996,945 33,300,000 4,480 NA

9,267,442 34,000,000 7,996,945 33,300,000 4,480 NA

0 32,000,000 0 35,500,000 0.00 4800.00


17,100,000 27,100,000 16,600,000 28,100,000 2,700 NA

0 25,700,000 0 27,900,000 0.00 4,000

0 25,700,000 0 27,900,000 0.00 4,000

0 25,700,000 0 27,900,000 0.00 4,000

0 25,700,000 0 27,900,000 0.00 4,000

24,700,000 25,500,000 23,300,000 24,100,000 3600.00 NA

15,100,000 25,300,000 15,600,000 26,200,000 1200.00 NA

0 20700000 0 22000000 0.00 3,300


19,300,000 19,600,000 17,800,000 18,100,000 2100.00 2,748

19,300,000 19,600,000 17,800,000 18,100,000 2100.00 2,748

16,900,000 17,500,000 15,400,000 15,900,000 2,100 NA

17000000 17300000 15500000 15800000 2,520 NA

7,939,210 16,300,000 7,620,000 15,700,000 1,000 NA

7,939,210 16,300,000 7,620,000 15,700,000 1,000 NA

7,939,210 16,300,000 7,620,000 15,700,000 1,000 NA

11,946,967 16,152,248 9,939,640 13,726,419 1800.00 NA


11,946,967 16,152,248 9,939,640 13,726,419 1800.00 NA

11,946,967 16,152,248 9,939,640 13,726,419 1800.00 NA

7,086,916 16,100,000 5,948,855 14,600,000 1,320 NA

7,086,916 16,100,000 5,948,855 14,600,000 1,320 NA

7,086,916 16,100,000 5,948,855 14,600,000 1,320 2,640

7,086,916 16,100,000 5,948,855 14,600,000 1,320 2,640

15,500,000 15,900,000 15,000,000 15,500,000 2,400 NA


8,919,937 15,400,000 7,650,601 13,900,000 1,230 NA

8,919,937 15,400,000 7,650,601 13,900,000 1,230 NA

8,919,937 15,400,000 7,650,601 13,900,000 1230.00 0.00

8,919,937 15,400,000 7,650,601 13,900,000 1230.00 0.00

0 15,375,069 0 12,062,615 0.00 1,200


0 14,300,000 0 12,800,000 0.00 2,400

6,423,319 14,200,000 5,342,404 12,700,000 700 NA

9,327,629 14,044,591 10,811,177 15,209,278 1,575 NA

13,300,000 13,700,000 11,900,000 12,200,000 2,100 NA

13,300,000 13,700,000 11,900,000 12,200,000 2,100 NA

12,200,000 12,300,000 10,800,000 10,800,000 2,000 NA


11,800,000 12,100,000 10,400,000 10,700,000 660 1,356

11,800,000 12,100,000 10,400,000 10,700,000 660 1,356

11,900,000 12,000,000 12,000,000 12,000,000 NA NA

11,600,000 11,700,000 10,200,000 10,300,000 1200.00 NA

10,500,000 10,600,000 9,152,608 9,270,992 1,355 NA

0 9,137,548 0 9,001,560 0 1,600

3,395,763 8,993,588 3,515,989 9,935,145 NA NA


8,786,094 8,937,103 7,525,137 7,666,692 1,400 NA

8,786,094 8,937,103 7,525,137 7,666,692 1,400 NA

8,770,791 8,928,141 7,510,805 7,658,301 1,400 NA

8,605,144 8,841,385 7,355,806 7,576,939 1,220 NA


8,605,144 8,841,385 7,355,806 7,576,939 1,220 NA

4,211,809 8,831,913 3,367,272 7,568,065 700 NA

3,841,655 8,494,624 3,057,732 7,277,399 600 NA

8,180,790 8,386,988 6,960,015 7,152,106 1,200 NA

8,180,790 8,386,988 6,960,015 7,152,106 1,200 NA

8,180,790 8,386,988 6,960,015 7,152,106 1,200 NA


8,180,790 8,386,988 6,960,015 7,152,106 1,200 NA

7,776,933 8,265,028 6,585,129 7,038,433 1,440 NA

7,663,836 8,216,914 6,480,459 6,993,629 1,400 NA

7,663,836 8,216,914 6,480,459 6,993,629 1,400 NA

7,663,836 8,216,914 6,480,459 6,993,629 1,400 NA

3,766,177 7,765,260 2,979,625 6,574,313 600 NA

3,766,177 7,765,260 2,979,625 6,574,313 600 NA


3,766,177 7,765,260 2,979,625 6,574,313 600.00 NA

7,188,427 7,273,030 6,924,094 7,013,273 900 NA

4,414,982 7,051,435 3,545,316 5,916,293 0 1,320

4,414,982 7,051,435 3,545,316 5,916,293 0 1,320

3,568,974 6,793,798 2,809,416 6,049,213 700 NA

3,568,974 6,793,798 2,809,416 6,049,213 700 NA

3,568,974 6,793,798 2,809,416 6,049,213 840 NA

3,568,974 6,793,798 2,809,416 6,049,213 840 NA


0 6,774,305 0 5,662,468 840 NA

6,676,794 6,739,020 5,789,217 5,848,253 840 NA

0 6,728,667 0 5,620,761 0.00 600.00

0 6,620,117 0 5,521,671 0 1,200

3,209,463 6,471,254 2,501,419 5,386,017 410 NA

6,117,460 6,262,764 5,064,816 5,196,533 1,000 NA

0 5,516,149 0 4,522,927 0 2,200

0 5,516,149 0 4,522,927 0 2,200

0 5,515,413 0 4,522,266 0 990

0 5,515,413 0 4,522,266 0 990

4,922,180 4,955,477 4,111,550 4,144,879 NA NA


4,469,888 4,500,841 3,593,565 3,620,787 750 NA

4,355,667 4,496,636 3,493,254 3,617,088 720 NA

4,355,667 4,496,636 3,493,254 3,617,088 720 NA

4,355,667 4,496,636 3,493,254 3,617,088 720 NA

4,250,575 4,365,648 3,401,184 3,502,011 700 NA

3,850,841 3,910,208 3,052,956 3,104,466 600 NA

3,850,841 3,910,208 3,052,956 3,104,466 600 NA

3,850,841 3,910,208 3,052,956 3,104,466 600 NA

0 3,352,859 0 2,623,901 0 630


3,192,052 3,288,548 2,486,582 2,568,906 440 NA

3,176,803 3,199,283 2,473,591 2,492,744 600 NA

3,054,928 3,084,553 2,738,207 2,774,264 440 NA

2,781,188 2,796,646 2,138,740 2,151,747 550 NA

1,886,265 2,620,922 1,520,580 2,132,636 21 343

725,141 2,609,561 626,370 729,408 NA NA

2,364,010 2,377,149 1,817,929 1,828,985 470 NA

2,364,010 2,377,149 1,817,929 1,828,985 470 NA


2,352,480 2,352,480 2,028,000 2,028,000 300 NA

1,500,246 1,825,200 1,091,776 1,690,000 170 250

1,351,174 1,362,602 971,123 980,109 580 NA

1,268,209 1,361,359 906,100 979,132 210 NA

1,268,209 1,361,359 906,100 979,132 210 NA

1,331,602 1,337,387 955,749 960,290 600 NA


1,331,602 1,337,387 955,749 960,290 600 NA

1,331,602 1,337,387 955,749 960,290 600 NA

0 1,165,681 0 826,296 0 200

951,866 958,334 662,047 666,969 300 NA

860,606 872,215 592,950 601,703 150 450

861,360 871,739 593,518 601,344 NA NA

0 860,606 0 592,950 0 150


0 860,606 0 592,950 0 150

654,936 659,847 439,849 443,457 NA NA

573,894 603,421 380,683 402,155 60 NA

573,894 603,421 380,683 402,155 60 NA

573,894 603,421 380,683 402,155 60 NA

104,414 152,573 213,390 323,088 120 NA

13,337 14,990 22,478 25,542 200 NA

9,275 11,458 15,109 19,040 260 NA

NA NA NA NA NA NA

NA NA NA NA NA NA
791,748,310

Total of 312,579,524
WBG+ADB:
Total project costs
Brief description of power plant Full amount of project costs (if
known)

Type of plant and technology used currency original currency in million


(in mln) US$

Loan to Eskom, the electricity company owned by the South


African government. About 60% of the new construction
projects of Eskom consist of coal-fired plants, such as the
new Medupi and Kusile plants and the upgrading of the
Arnot plant.

largest lignite-fired power plant in Poland and in Europe EUR 1,600 80

largest lignite-fired power plant in Poland and in Europe EUR 1,600 0

Two 900-1,000 megawatt coal-fired supercritical thermal US$ 1,900 1,900


power units; installation of flue-gas desulfurisation
equipment (to offset anticipated SO2 emissions) at
Shanghai's Shidongkou Power Plant; and (c) the
construction two 500 Kilovolt power lines to connect
electricity users to the Shanghai power grid

The Sipat Super Thermal Power Plant in Bilaspur,


Chhattisgarh state, and the Kahalgaon Super Thermal
Power Plant Stage II Project in Bhagalpur, Bihar state.
NTPC will implement supercritical steam technology at the
Sipat plant. Together these two projects will add 4,480 MW
of electricity to the national grid between 2006 and 2009.

The Sipat Super Thermal Power Plant in Bilaspur,


Chhattisgarh state, and the Kahalgaon Super Thermal
Power Plant Stage II Project in Bhagalpur, Bihar state.
NTPC will implement supercritical steam technology at the
Sipat plant. Together these two projects will add 4,480 MW
of electricity to the national grid between 2006 and 2009.

Export credit financing loan agreement with Germany's KfW-


IPEX Bank, to help fund the construction of the new Medupi
coal-fired power station, in Limpopo province. Eskom will
use the loan, signed on Wednesday, to partly finance six
boilers for the plant.
Coal fired power station, total of 2,700MW generating
capacity. Located in Wuxi, Jiangsu Province, China. Installed
Capacity: 2 x 350MW, 2 x 370MV and 2 x 630MW

Coal-fired power plant (5 units of 800 MW each) on a build- US$ 4,140 4,140
own-operate basis, incorporating supercritical technology

Coal-fired power plant (5 units of 800 MW each) on a build- US$ 4,140 4,140
own-operate basis, incorporating supercritical technology

A supercritical coal-fired power generation facility

A supercritical coal-fired power generation facility

The Tuoketuo Power Plant Phase I, consisting of two 600 US$ 1,100 1,100
MW coal-fired generation units

two 600-MW coal-fired thermal power units US$ 1,160 1,160

Around 3,300 MW of coal-generated power is being added Rs 190,000 4,387


at Barh near Patna in Bihar, India. The three-unit 1,980MW
Barh I is planned to start operation in 2009. The two-unit
1,320MW Barh II extension is expected to be completed in
2010. This project utilizes supercritical technology.
US$ 611 611

US$ 611 611

3 x 700-MW coal-fired power plant at Manjung in Malaysia. M$ 6,000 1,579


Has a seawater scrubbing process for flue gas
desulphurization

The Dezhou Power Plant is located in the city of Dezhou and


had originally been wholly-owned and operated by
Shandong Huaneng. Phase I and Phase II of the Dezhou
Power Plant commenced commercial operation in 1991 and
1994, respectively. Construction of Phase III of the Dezhou
Power Plant started in September 1999. Using equipment
from General Electric, Babcock Borsig Power and Siemens
Aktiengesellschaft, two 660MW coal-fired units were build.
After all the units started operations, the installed capacity of
the Dezhou Power Plant was increased to 2,520MW.

2 x 500 MW power plant in the suburbs of Vishakhapatnam,


in the state of Andhra Pradesh, southern India

2 x 500 MW power plant in the suburbs of Vishakhapatnam,


in the state of Andhra Pradesh, southern India

2 x 500 MW power plant in the suburbs of Vishakhapatnam,


in the state of Andhra Pradesh, southern India

Northern Luzon Transmission and Generation Project. This US$ 896 896
project was aimed at the installation of the transmission
network necessary to feed output from the Masinloc and
Sual Power Stations into the Luzon Grid.
Northern Luzon Transmission and Generation Project. This US$ 896 896
project was aimed at the installation of the transmission
network necessary to feed output from the Masinloc and
Sual Power Stations into the Luzon Grid.

Northern Luzon Transmission and Generation Project. This US$ 896 896
project was aimed at the installation of the transmission
network necessary to feed output from the Masinloc and
Sual Power Stations into the Luzon Grid.

The 2x660 MW Thermal Power Station is located at Tanjung


Jati, Central Java, Indonesia. The thermal station consists of
two B&W pulverized coal-fired boilers, two Toshiba tandem
compound steam turbines - each with a 795,000 MVA
generator, and a 500 kV substation.
The 2x660 MW Thermal Power Station is located at Tanjung
Jati, Central Java, Indonesia. The thermal station consists of
two B&W pulverized coal-fired boilers, two Toshiba tandem
compound steam turbines - each with a 795,000 MVA
generator, and a 500 kV substation.
The 2x660 MW Thermal Power Station is located at Tanjung US$ 2,208 2,208
Jati, Central Java, Indonesia. The thermal station consists of
two B&W pulverized coal-fired boilers, two Toshiba tandem
compound steam turbines - each with a 795,000 MVA
generator, and a 500 kV substation.
The 2x660 MW Thermal Power Station is located at Tanjung US$ 2,208 2,208
Jati, Central Java, Indonesia. The thermal station consists of
two B&W pulverized coal-fired boilers, two Toshiba tandem
compound steam turbines - each with a 795,000 MVA
generator, and a 500 kV substation.
4x600 MW coal-fired power plant US$ 1,302 1,302
1,230 MW coal fired power unit

1,230 MW coal fired power unit

1,230 MW coal fired power unit

1,230 MW coal fired power unit

Seven new coal-fuelled plants with a total capacity of 1200


MW by 2010. According to the CARMA-database, Vinacoal
is planning to build the following 7 plants in Vietnam: An
Hoa, Cam Pha, Mao Khe-1, Mao Khe-2, Mong Duong-2,
Nong Son and Son Dong.
4x600 MW coal-fired power plant in South Sumatra US$ 2,180 2,180

US$ 487

Guangzhou Development Industry (Holdings) Co (GDIH) is


the largest electric power producer in the City of Guangzhou,
the largest load center of South China Grid. GDIH has a total
installed capacity of 2100 MW, of which about 75% consists
of coal-fired plants.
6 x 350MW coal-fired plant US$ 1,900 1,900

6 x 350MW coal-fired plant US$ 1,900 1,900

Coal-fired power plant active since 1962 US$ 369 369


Expansion of the Jorf Lasfar power plant. The project
involved the installation of two 348MW steam turbine
generator sets, two coal-fired boilers, the control system and
a number of other pieces of equipment.

Expansion of the Jorf Lasfar power plant. The project


involved the installation of two 348MW steam turbine
generator sets, two coal-fired boilers, the control system and
a number of other pieces of equipment.

Lignite-fired power plant to replace obsolete unit at


Schwarze Pumpe (Bradenburg)
4x300 MW coal-fired power plant US$ 2,200 2,200

Lignite-fired thermal power plant at Afsin-Elbistan in


Kahramanmaras, in eastern Turkey

2x800MW coal-fired power plant (not to be confused with the Rs 79,490 1,892
Krishnapatnam Ultra Mega Power Project)

Construction of new, clean-coal steam-cycle power plant


designed for co-generation of heat and power using hard
coal, in Karlsruhe
The Dalian Power Plant is located on the outskirts of Dalian,
on the coast of Bohai Bay. It has an installed capacity of
1,400MW and consists of four 350MW coal-fired units. Two
units of the Dalian Power Plant Phase I use equipment
produced by the Mitsubishi Consortium and commenced
commercial operations in September and December 1988,
respectively. The equipment used in the Dalian Phase II
expansion was supplied by an international consortium
consisting of Westinghouse Electric Corporation, Mitsui
Babcock Energy Ltd., U.K., etc. Construction commenced in
March 1996 and the coal-fired units commenced operations
successively in December 1998.

The Fuzhou Power Plant is located on southeast Fuzhou. It


has an installed capacity of 1,400MW and consists of four
350MW coal-fired units. Two units of Phase I use equipment
produced by the Mitsubishi Consortium which commenced
commercial operations in September and December 1988,
respectively. Another two units of Phase II were supplied by
an international consortium consisting of Siemens
Aktiengesellschaft, Germany and Mitsui Babcock Energy
Ltd., U.K. and commenced operations in September 1999.

The Nantong Power Plant is located in the city of Nantong. It


has an installed capacity of 1,400MW and consists of four
350MW coal-fired units which commenced commercial
operations in September 1989 and March 1990,
respectively. The units of Phase I use equipment produced
by General Electric and The Babcock & Wilcox Company.
Another two 350MW units of Phase II were supplied by an
international consortium consisting of General Electric and
The Babcock & Wilcox Company and commenced
operations in April and July 1999, respectively.

1,220 MW coal fired power unit


1,220 MW coal fired power unit

Construction of 2 x 350 MW Yuzhou Thermal Power Plants.

Construction of a new 600 MW unit to replace obsolete


facilities near Velenje in north-east Slovenia. Use of BAT
technology.

New coal-fired plant. Scrubber equipment will be installed to US$ 1,360 1,360
remove sulfur dioxide from stack emissions

New coal-fired plant. Scrubber equipment will be installed to US$ 1,360 1,360
remove sulfur dioxide from stack emissions

New coal-fired plant. Scrubber equipment will be installed to US$ 1,360 1,360
remove sulfur dioxide from stack emissions
New coal-fired plant. Scrubber equipment will be installed to US$ 1,360 1,360
remove sulfur dioxide from stack emissions

Lignite-fired thermal power plant with a capacity of 4 360MW


at Afsin-Elbistan in Kahramanmaras, in eastern Turkey

2x700MW coal-fired plants US$ 1,300 1,300

2x700MW coal-fired plants US$ 1,300 1,300

2x700MW coal-fired plants US$ 1,300 1,300

Coal-fired thermal power plant US$ 1,100 1,100

Coal-fired thermal power plant US$ 1,100 1,100


Coal-fired thermal power plant

Lignite-fired power plant (900 MWe) to replace obsolete


units at Schkopau, north of Leipzig, in one of eastern
Germany's two lignite mining centres
Coal-fired thermal power plant US$ 990 990

Coal-fired thermal power plant US$ 1,440 1,440

Existing power plant EUR 648 613

Existing power plant

Existing power plant EUR 648 613

Existing power plant EUR 648 613


A 600 MW (2*300 MW units) coal based thermal power plant US$ 578 578
in Pathadi village, Korba district of the state of Chhatisgarh,
India. Being developed in four phases, the plant will have a
total capacity of 1,920 MW.

New single 464 MW unit at the ZE Patnow Adamow Konin EUR 630 785
S.A. (PAK), a group of three lignite-fired power plants. The
project will use a supercritical boiler technology and is going
to be implemented through a turn-key EPC contract.

Coal-fired thermal power plant in Hai Phong City, northern


Vietnam

Coal-fired thermal power plant with use of super critical


boiler technology

Coal-fired power plant

2 X 200 MW, 2 X 300 MW anthracite-fired power plant US$ 679 679

Coal-fired thermal power plant

Coal-fired thermal power plant

3x330 MW coal-fired power plant

3x330 MW coal-fired power plant

Supply and installation of a 210 MW fluidised bed boiler with US$ 163 163
ancillary equipment at Unit 4 of the Starobeshevo Power
Station in eastern Ukraine
Construction of a new block 10 with capacacity of 750 MW in EUR 820 1,124
the Federal State of North-Rhine Westphalia

US$ 755

US$ 755

US$ 755

The Dandong Power Plant had originally been developed


and constructed by HIPDC which transferred all its rights
and interests therein to the Company effective 31st
December, 1994.

The Dandong Power Plant is located on the outskirts of the


city of Dandong. It has an installed capacity of 700MW and
consists of two 350MW coal-fired units supplied by
Westinghouse Electric Corporation and Mitsui Babcock
Energy Ltd., U.K., and commenced commercial operations
in January 1999.

Coal-fired thermal power plant US$ 900 900

Coal-fired thermal power plant US$ 900 900

Coal-fired thermal power plant US$ 900 900

2x315MW coal-fired power plant in Central Java


Coal-fired power plant US$ 800 800

a 600 MW coal-fired power station located near


Johannesburg

Coal-fired power station

Power and heat generation with 550 MW total installed US$ 64 64


capacity, and distribution network located in Pavlodar in
North East Kazakhstan

Coal-fired power plant in Kladno, near Prague in the Czech


Republic. The project involves the expansion of the complex
from 21 MW to 343 MW. Construction of the new plant
consists of installing two 125 coal-burning fluidized bed
boilers and associated steam turbines, a 68peaking gas
turbine, and a 6backpressure turbine.

Financing of a company called China Green Energy that will


invest in power plants in China. About 75% of these plants
will be coal-fired.
The borrower was TOO Karaganda Power (KPC), a privately US$ 62 62
owned limited liability Kazakh company operating two coal-
fired CHP plants (totalling 470 MW installed electric capacity
and 1500 MW heating capacity) and the associated district
heating network for Karaganda

The borrower was TOO Karaganda Power (KPC), a privately US$ 62 62


owned limited liability Kazakh company operating two coal-
fired CHP plants (totalling 470 MW installed electric capacity
and 1500 MW heating capacity) and the associated district
heating network for Karaganda
Anthracite-fired power plant. It is a demonstration plant for
large capacity CFB boilers and a transfer of technology for
the Chinese domestic use.

Integrated gasification combined cycle (IGCC) power plant US$ 0

Coal-fired power plant

Construction of a 210-MW coal-fired power plant in the US$ 305


PHIVIDEC Industrial Estate in Villanueva

Construction of a 210-MW coal-fired power plant in the US$ 305


PHIVIDEC Industrial Estate in Villanueva

Replacement of the old plant and construction of a new 2 x EUR 1,100 1,370
300 MW net lignite-fired power plant
Replacement of the old plant and construction of a new 2 x EUR 1,100 1,370
300 MW net lignite-fired power plant

Replacement of the old plant and construction of a new 2 x EUR 1,100 1,370
300 MW net lignite-fired power plant

2x100 MW coal-fired power plant in South Sumatra

Coal-fired thermal power plant

150-megawatt coal-fired thermal plant near Cucuta city, in


Colombia

Expansion of an existing CHP plant in Bengbu City, Anhui


Province and to finance investments in other CHP projects in
China.

The new power station will use circulating fluidised bed US$ 1,000 1,000
technology that can burn biomass and other fuels, and will
be the first coal unit to begin operations in Chile’s Sistema
Interconectado del Norte Grande (SING) starting in 2010.
The new power station will use circulating fluidised bed US$ 1,000 1,000
technology that can burn biomass and other fuels, and will
be the first coal unit to begin operations in Chile’s Sistema
Interconectado del Norte Grande (SING) starting in 2010.

combined heat and power plant supplying steam and


electricity to Frantschach Swiecie SA, Poland's second
largest pulp and paper producer.
Coal-fired captive cogeneration power plant mainly for US$ 60 60
Indorama's internal use at its main production site in the
district of Purwakarta, about 100 km east of Jakarta.
60MW (2x30MW) mine-mouth coal-fired power plant in US$ 162 162
South Kalimantan
60MW (2x30MW) mine-mouth coal-fired power plant in US$ 162 162
South Kalimantan
Coal-fired power plant

Coal-fired thermal power plant

Coal-fired power plant


Financing information
Date Type Purpose

If known

Nov-08 Loan

Nov-05 Loan construction of a new 833 MW lignite


fired unit

Nov-05 Guarantees construction of a new 833 MW lignite


fired unit

Jun-97 Loan Construction

Jul-06 Loan Capital expenditure for two projects - the


Sipat Super Thermal Power Plant in
Bilaspur, Chhattisgarh state, and the
Kahalgaon Super Thermal Power Plant
Stage II Project in Bhagalpur, Bihar state

Jul-06 Loan to be syndicated to Capital expenditure for two projects - the


private banks Sipat Super Thermal Power Plant in
Bilaspur, Chhattisgarh state, and the
Kahalgaon Super Thermal Power Plant
Stage II Project in Bhagalpur, Bihar state

Sep-08 Export credit financing To partly finance six boilers for the plant.
loan agreement.
1994 Guarantees

Apr-08 Loan Construction of a new plant

Apr-08 Guarantees Export credit for delivery of Korean


equipment to the Mundra project and a
guarantee for ADB

Mar-09 Loan Construction, operation, maintenance

Mar-09 Loan to be syndicated to Construction, operation, maintenance


private banks
May-97 Loan Construction of Phase 1 of the Tuoketuo
thermal power project

Feb-96 Loan Construction

Dec-07 Guarantees Guarantee for a syndicated loan with four


private banks
Sep-06 Loan Loan for Comision Federal de
Electricidad (CFE) to procure from
Mitsubishi as contractor for the expansion
of the 2,100MW capacity power plant at
Petacalco with 648 MW.

Oct-06 Guarantees NEXI has underwritten Buyer’s Credit


Insurance for the portion of the loan
extended by the syndicate of Japanese
banks

Jun-99 Guarantees Underwriting of loan arranged by HSBC

Dec-98 Guarantees Export credit for Phase III

Feb-97 ODA loan Phase I of the project

Mar-01 ODA loan Phase II of the project

Dec-01 ODA loan Phase III of the project

Mar-97 ODA loan ODA loan to Japanese firms


Nov-95 Loan Installation of the transmission network
necessary to feed output from the
Masinloc and Sual Power Stations into
the Luzon Grid; to support NPC's least-
cost generation program for Luzon by
installing an additional 300 MW of
generation capacity at Masinloc; and to
provide NPC with institutional support to
assist with its restructuring and
privatization program.

Nov-95 Guarantees Guarantees for a bond issue by NPC

2003 Loan

Jul-03 Guarantees

Jan-09 Loan Restructuring of existing debt facilities for


coal-fired plants Tanjung Jati B1 and B2
(TJB1&2) and new senior and sub debt
for two additional 660MW plants
(TJB3&4)
Jan-09 Guarantees Restructuring of existing debt facilities for
coal-fired plants Tanjung Jati B1 and B2
(TJB1&2) and new senior and sub debt
for two additional 660MW plants
(TJB3&4)
Mar-94 Loan Construction of the first two 600 MW units
1995 Loan

1995 Guarantees Ex-Im Bank provided guarantee covering


political risk, OPIC provided an
investment guarantee, NEXI insured the
financing by the commercial banks in
Japan.

1995 Loan to be syndicated to


private banks

2000 Loan

Aug-04 Loan To modernise Vinacoal's coalmining and


boost its output capacity.
Jul-05 Loan Construction

Apr-95 Loan Construction

Oct-05 Loan To support the company’s on-going


capital expenditure program

Jun-97 Loan

Jun-97 Guarantees

1995 Guarantees To finance the sale of circulating fluidized


bed boilers by Pyropower Ahlstrom to
Elektrownia Turow
Sep-97 Guarantees

Sep-97 Loan

Jun-01 Loan Construction

May-98 Guarantees Construction

Sep-06 Loan Repair and upgrading of the power plant


systems to restore reliability, availability,
power output and to improve plant
efficiency

Aug-08 Loan Construction

Jan-08 Loan Construction of new, clean-coal steam-


cycle power plant designed for co-
generation of heat and power using hard
coal, in Karlsruhe
1995 Guarantees Export credit for Phase II

1996 Guarantees Export credit for Phase II

1996 Guarantees Export credit for Phase II

1996 Loan
1996 Guarantees

Nov-95 Loan Construction

Sep-07 Loan Construction of new unit (nr. 6)

Jul-95 Loan Construction

Jul-95 Equity investment Construction

Jul-95 Loan to be syndicated to Construction


private banks
Jul-95 Guarantees Construction

Dec-99 Loan Buyer's credit to be used for the purchase


of Japanese equipment and services.

Mar-04 Loan Construction

Mar-04 Loan to be syndicated to Construction


private banks

Apr-04 Guarantees Insurance for the portion financed by


commercial banks.

Jan-08 Loan Privatization of the Masinloc power plant

Jan-08 Combination of loan and Privatization of the Masinloc power plant


equity
nov-95 Loan and partial credit ADB provided a public sector loan to
guarantee NPC of $197 million approved on 13
October 1990 for the construction of unit
1, and another public sector loan of $162
million and a partial credit guarantee of
Y12 billion approved on 2 November
1995 to cover additional costs of unit 1,
construction of unit 2, and associated
transmission facilities and activities.

Nov-97 Loan Construction

Aug-07 Guarantees Acquisition of Mirant's Philippine assets,


consisting of 2 coal-fired plants and 1
gas-fired plant

Aug-07 Loan Acquisition of Mirant's Philippine assets,


consisting of 2 coal-fired plants (90%)
and 1 gas-fired plant (10%)

2000 Guarantees Rehabilitation and reducing SO2


emissions

2006 Guarantees Refinancing and modernization of the


plant

Jul-02 Loan Rehabilitation and reducing SO2


emissions

Jul-02 Guarantees Rehabilitation and reducing SO2


emissions
Jun-07 Equity investment Construction, operation and maintenance

Oct-05 Loan Construction of new unit

Mar-07 Buyer's Credit Will finance another thermal power


project with a capacity of 600MW (Hai
Phong 2) in the lot adjacent to Hai Phong
1.
May-09 Grant Technical, economic, financial, social, and
environmental study, grant provided by
Japan Special Fund
1994 Guarantees Export credit to CBS Corp

Jun-98 Loan Construction of two additional anthracite-


fired generating units and reinforcement
of the transmission network

Dec-05 Grant Technical assistance

Oct-07 Loan Construction

Jun-08 Loan

Jun-08 Guarantees

Dec-96 Loan New unit


Dec-07 Loan Development, construction and operation

May-98 Loan Construction

May-98 Guarantees Construction

May-98 Equity investment Construction

1995 Guarantees

Jun-08 Loan Acquisition and rehabilitation of plant by


Suez Tractabel

Jun-08 Guarantees Acquisition and rehabilitation of plant by


Suez Tractabel

Jun-08 Loan to be syndicated to Acquisition and rehabilitation of plant by


private banks Suez Tractabel

Dec-08 Bond issue Bond issue by Persero to back the


development of the Rembang power
plant
Nov-96 Guarantees Financing for the sale of U.S. goods and
services to Quezon Power Limited

Aug-07 Equity investment

Nov-96 Loan Rehabilitation (new boilers, steam


turbines and transformers, a new cooling
system, as well as instrumentation and
environmental monitoring equipment)

Nov-07 Loan Upgrade of the CHP-3 coal fired


combined heat and power plant, of which
EBRD would finance the purchase and
installation of the turbo generator #1

1998 Guarantees Guarantees for El Paso Energy's equity


investments in Kladno

Jun-04 Loan To be used by China Green for the


acquisition of and investments in the
power generating assets in China.
Oct-98 Loan Capital expenditure and working capital
programme for the repair and upgrading
of the power generation and heat
distribution facilities in Karaganda

Oct-98 Loan to be syndicated to Capital expenditure and working capital


private banks programme for the repair and upgrading
of the power generation and heat
distribution facilities in Karaganda
Aug-99 Guarantees Export credit to Foster Wheeler Corp

Sep-98 Grant Construction and operation

Jan-98 Guarantees Export credit provided to General Electric

Dec-03 Guarantees Construction

Dec-03 Loan Construction

Jul-05 Loan Construction


Jul-05 Loan to be syndicated to Construction
private banks

Jul-05 Guarantees Construction

Jul-05 Loan Construction

Sep-02 Loan Buyer's credit to finance the export of


boilers and turbines by Itochu Corp.,
Hitachi, Ltd., and Toshiba Corp. to the
Paroseni coal-fired power plant,

1999 Guarantees Covering the investment by Dunriding


Company N.V. of the Netherlands in the
acquisition, expansion, and
modernization of a 150-megawatt coal-
fired thermal plant near Cucuta city, in
Colombia

Aug-01 Loan To help fund the company’s investments


in combined heat and power (CHP)
plants in China

Dec-08 Loan Construction


Dec-08 Loan Construction

Nov-02 Loan The construction of a new fluidised bed


boiler, which will use biomass and coal as
a fuel
Oct-04 Loan Construction, operation and
maintainance.

Jun-08 Loan Construction and operation

Jun-08 Loan to be syndicated to Construction and operation


private banks
1997 Guarantees

Jan-98 ODA loan

1996 Guarantees Export credit to Washington Group


International

2003 Guarantees Export credit to Alstom to export a steam


generator for a coal-fired power station to
China
2008 Guarantees Export credit to Hitachi Power, a turn-key
supply of boiler and ancillary plant for 6
(alternatively: 4-5) coal-fired power
station units with a capacity of 794 MW
each
Public financial institutions involved
Information sources used African Asian Bank of China
Development Development
Bank (AfDB) Bank (ADB)

Multilateral Multilateral China


Amount in mln US$ Amount in mln US$ Amount in mln US$

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Website EBRD (www.ebrd.com),


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Website WorldBank
(www.worldbank.org), Viewed in
February 2009; Sustaining
Economic Development in
Shanghai, World Bank,
Washington, 25 June 1997.

ADB Non-Sovereign Loan to Help 75.00


Bridge India's Power Deficit, ADB,
Mandaluyong City, 27 July 2006

ADB Non-Sovereign Loan to Help 225.00


Bridge India's Power Deficit, ADB,
Mandaluyong City, 27 July 2006

Engineering News September 2008.


Overseas fossil fuel and renewable
energy financing by U.S.
government agencies (OPIC and
ExIm) since the 1992 Earth
Summit, A synthesis by the
Sustainable Energy and Economy
Network, August 2002; Website
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(www.citicpacific.com), Viewed in
January 2009.

Website ADB (www.adb.org), 450.00


Viewed in January 2009; Website
IFC (www.ifc.org), Viewed in
January 2009; Mundra P-UMPPs
up the volume, Project Finance
Magazine, December 2008/January
2009

Mundra P-UMPPs up the volume,


Project Finance Magazine,
December 2008/January 2009;
Project Financing of USD700
Million to be Provided for the
Mundra Coal-fired Power Plant
Project in India, Korea Exim Bank,
Seoul, 29 April 2008

Website ADB (www.adb.org), 250.00


Viewed in January 2009.
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Viewed in January 2009.
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(www.worldbank.org), Viewed in
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million in power project, World
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Website WorldBank
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$1.2 Billion Power Project in Henan
Province, World Bank, Washington,
29 February 1996.

JBIC Arranges and Guarantees the


Private-Sector Syndicated Loan for
Barh Super Thermal Power Project,
JBIC, Tokyo, 20 December 2007;
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(www.power-technology.com),
Viewed in February 2009.
Mitsubishi closes coal OPF
financing, Project Finance
Magazine, September 2006; JBIC
Signs Buyer's Credit Agreement for
Large-Scale Power Project in the
United Mexican States First
Financing under the OPF Scheme,
JBIC, Tokyo, 2 October 2006.

Annual report 2006, NEXI, Tokyo,


September 2007; Mitsubishi closes
coal OPF financing, Project
Finance Magazine, September
2006; JBIC Signs Buyer's Credit
Agreement for Large-Scale Power
Project in the United Mexican
States First Financing under the
OPF Scheme, JBIC, Tokyo, 2
October 2006.

Manjung goes full steam ahead,


Power Engineering International,
March 2004; Financing power,
Energy Markets, 1 August 2001;
Transport News, Project Finance
Magazine, August 2000.

Ex-Im Bank Supports $76 Million


U.S. Sale To Chinese Power Plant,
US Exim Bank, Washington, 7
December 1998; Overseas fossil
fuel and renewable energy
financing by U.S. government
agencies (OPIC and ExIm) since
the 1992 Earth Summit, A synthesis
by the Sustainable Energy and
Economy Network, August 2002;
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International (www.hpi.com.cn),
Viewed in January 2009.

Website JBIC (www.jbic.go.jp),


Viewed in February 2009

Website JBIC (www.jbic.go.jp),


Viewed in February 2009; Annual
report 2001, JBIC, Tokyo,
November 2001.
Website JBIC (www.jbic.go.jp),
Viewed in February 2009

Annual report 2001, JBIC, Tokyo,


November 2001
ADB Approves Loan, Technical 244.00
Assistance and Guarantee to
Philippines for Northern Luzon
Transmission and Generation
Project, ADB, Mandaluyong City, 2
November 1995; The Partial Credit
Guarantee, ADB, Mandaluyong
City, April 2001.

ADB Approves Loan, Technical 128.40


Assistance and Guarantee to
Philippines for Northern Luzon
Transmission and Generation
Project, ADB, Mandaluyong City, 2
November 1995.

Annual report 2003, JBIC, Tokyo,


November 2003

Annual report 2003, NEXI, Tokyo,


October 2004

Jati B expansion signed, Project


Finance Magazine, 13 January
2009.

Jati B expansion signed, Project


Finance Magazine, 13 January
2009.

Website WorldBank
(www.worldbank.org), Viewed in
January 2009; Implementation
Completion Report (Scpd-3718s;
Scl-3718a; Cpl-37180) On A Loan
In The Amount Of US$350 Million
To The People's Republic Of China
For The China Yangzhou Thermal
Power Project, World Bank,
Washington, 17 June 2003; WB-
Funded Generator Passes State
Quality Appraisal, Xinhua English
Newswire, 5 August 1999.
US/Japan Trade Agencies
Cooperate To Restructure
Indonesia's Paiton Power Project,
US Exim Bank, 27 March 2003;
Website OPIC (www.opic.gov),
Viewed in January 2009; Execution
of Power Purchase Agreement for
Paiton 3 Coal-fired Power Plant
Expansion Project, Mitsui, Tokyo, 4
August 2008.

US/Japan Trade Agencies


Cooperate To Restructure
Indonesia's Paiton Power Project,
US Exim Bank, 27 March 2003;
Website OPIC (www.opic.gov),
Viewed in January 2009; Execution
of Power Purchase Agreement for
Paiton 3 Coal-fired Power Plant
Expansion Project, Mitsui, Tokyo, 4
August 2008.

US/Japan Trade Agencies


Cooperate To Restructure
Indonesia's Paiton Power Project,
US Exim Bank, 27 March 2003;
Website OPIC (www.opic.gov),
Viewed in January 2009; Execution
of Power Purchase Agreement for
Paiton 3 Coal-fired Power Plant
Expansion Project, Mitsui, Tokyo, 4
August 2008.

Website OPIC (www.opic.gov),


Viewed in January 2009

Bulletin, Nordic Investment Bank,


Helsinki, December 2004; Vinacoal
plans to build new thermal electric
plants, Vietnam News Agency, 1
August 2004.
RI inks US$7.5b in deals with
China, The Jakarta Post/Beijing, 30
July 2005; China To Finance Large
Power Project In South Sumatra,
AsiaPulse News, 27 November
2006; Tambang Bukit Asam
Company report, Kresna Securities,
Jakarta, 18 June 2007.

Project Completion Report On The 165.00


Qitaihe Thermal Energy And
Environmental Improvement Project
(Loan 1328-Prc) In The People’s
Republic Of China, ADB,
Mandaluyong City, September
2004.

Website IFC (www.ifc.org), Viewed


in January 2009; Website
Guangzhou Development Industry
(Holdings) Co (www.gdih.cn),
Viewed in January 2009.
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risk, Project Finance Magazine,
November 2001; Yangcheng Coal-
Fired Power Plant, Shanxi
Province, China, Power Technology
(www.power-technology.com),
Viewed in January 2009.

Ex-Im Bank Approves $792 Million


In Sales To China, US Exim Bank,
Washington, 19 November 1996;
Yangcheng Coal-Fired Power Plant,
Shanxi Province, China, Power
Technology (www.power-
technology.com), Viewed in
January 2009.

Ex-Im Bank Promotes US


Environmental Technology Exports,
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OPIC, Ex-Im, and Climate Change:
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Project Finance and Guarantees,


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(www.worldbank.org), Viewed in
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Website EIB (www.eib.org), Viewed


in January 2009
Headline: Currency chameleon,
Project Finance Magazine, August
2000; Website Industcards
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January 2009.

World Bank and Turkey Sign


Electricity Generation Rehabilitation
and Restructuring Project Loan
Agreement, World Bank,
Washington, 12 September 2006.

PFC to fund Krishnapatnam


thermal power station, The Hindu,
Chennai, 8 August 2008; AP Genco
signs up for INR 1,700 crore KFW
loan, SteelGuru, 27 January 2009.

Website EIB (www.eib.org), Viewed


in January 2009
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energy financing by U.S.
government agencies (OPIC and
ExIm) since the 1992 Earth
Summit, A synthesis by the
Sustainable Energy and Economy
Network, August 2002; Website
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(www.hpi.com.cn), Viewed in
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Overseas fossil fuel and renewable


energy financing by U.S.
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Sustainable Energy and Economy
Network, August 2002; Website
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(www.hpi.com.cn), Viewed in
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Overseas fossil fuel and renewable


energy financing by U.S.
government agencies (OPIC and
ExIm) since the 1992 Earth
Summit, A synthesis by the
Sustainable Energy and Economy
Network, August 2002; Website
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(www.hpi.com.cn), Viewed in
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Thema/Namen - Indonesiens
Präsident Adurraham Wahid und
Außenminister ...; Mit kräftiger
Unterstützung der rot-grünen
Bundesregierung haben deutsche
Firmen in Indonesien nahezu
problemlos den Übergang von der
Diktatur zur Demokratie gemanagt.
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acquisition of interest in 1,220MW
Jawa Power station, YTL, Kuala
Lumpur, 10 December 2004;
Thema/Namen - Indonesiens
Präsident Adurraham Wahid und
Außenminister ...; Mit kräftiger
Unterstützung der rot-grünen
Bundesregierung haben deutsche
Firmen in Indonesien nahezu
problemlos den Übergang von der
Diktatur zur Demokratie gemanagt.
Von Torsten Engelhardt, Hamburg,
Financial Times Deutschland, 24
November 2000.

Project Completion Report On The 200.00


Henan Power Project (Loan 1400-
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2009; Environmental report
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Ljubljana, May 2007.

IFC Invests US$47.5 Million In


Private Sector Power Project In The
Philippines, press release IFC, 12
July 1995
IFC Invests US$47.5 Million In
Private Sector Power Project In The
Philippines, press release IFC, 12
July 1995
IFC Invests US$47.5 Million In
Private Sector Power Project In The
Philippines, press release IFC, 12
July 1995
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Private Sector Power Project In The
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JBIC Extends Buyer's Credit To


Turkey - Loan for Lignite-Fired
Thermal Power Plant, JBIC, Tokyo,
17 December 1999
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Mandaluyong City, April 2004;
Website Power Technology
(www.power-technology.com),
Viewed in January 2009; JBIC
Signs Loan Agreement for the
BLCP Coal-Fired Power Plant
Project in Thailand, JBIC, Tokyo, 30
March 2004

Website ADB (www.adb.org), 70.00


Viewed in January 2009.

Annual report 2003, NEXI, Tokyo,


October 2004; JBIC Signs Loan
Agreement for the BLCP Coal-Fired
Power Plant Project in Thailand,
JBIC, Tokyo, 30 March 2004

Website ADB (www.adb.org), 200.00


Viewed in January 2009; Website
IFC (www.ifc.org), Viewed in
January 2009.
Website ADB (www.adb.org),
Viewed in January 2009; Website
IFC (www.ifc.org), Viewed in
January 2009.
ADB 290.40

Website EIB (www.eib.org), Viewed


in January 2009

Crimson Power: JBIC's portfolio


first, Project Finance Magazine,
July/August 2007.

Crimson Power: JBIC's portfolio


first, Project Finance Magazine,
July/August 2007.

Annual report 2000, OPIC,


Washington, January 2001.

Annual report 2006, Gruppo SACE,


Rome, June 2007; Maritza East III
Refinancing, Infrastructure Journal,
11 December 2006.

Website EBRD (www.ebrd.com),


Viewed in January 2009; Maritza
East III Refinancing, Infrastructure
Journal, 11 December 2006.

Website EBRD (www.ebrd.com),


Viewed in January 2009; Maritza
East III Refinancing, Infrastructure
Journal, 11 December 2006.
Website IFC (www.ifc.org), Viewed
in January 2009; Lanco's
Chhattisgarh power plant to kick off
month-end, Website DNA
(www.dnaindia.com), 13 November
2008.

Power, Project Finance Magazine,


September 2005; EDC helps
finance major power project in
Poland, press release EDC,
Ottawa, 20 October 2005; Website
EBRD (www.ebrd.com), Viewed in
January 2009.

JBIC website

Website ADB (www.adb.org), 1.20


Viewed in January 2009.

Overseas fossil fuel and renewable


energy financing by U.S.
government agencies (OPIC and
ExIm) since the 1992 Earth
Summit, A synthesis by the
Sustainable Energy and Economy
Network, August 2002.

Website WorldBank
(www.worldbank.org), Viewed in
January 2009; Website Industcards
(http://www.industcards.com/st-
coal-china-hunan.htm), Viewed in
January 2009.

Website ADB (www.adb.org), 0.50


Viewed in January 2009.
Website ADB (www.adb.org), 959.00
Viewed in January 2009; Mong
Duong Power Plant Project Signed,
News Release ADB, Mandaluyong
City, 9 October 2007

PLN secures Indramayu dollar 118.40


debt, Project Finance Magazine, 4
June 2008
PLN secures Indramayu dollar
debt, Project Finance Magazine, 4
June 2008
Website EBRD (www.ebrd.com),
Viewed in January 2009.
Website EIB (www.eib.org), Viewed
in January 2009; Duisburg-Walsum
10 financial close, Project Finance
Magazine, 1 November 2006.

Fujian Pacific Electric Co. LTD. 190.00


Reaches Financial Closure On
Meizhou Wan Project In China,
InterGen, Burlington, 11 May 1998.

Fujian Pacific Electric Co. LTD.


Reaches Financial Closure On
Meizhou Wan Project In China,
InterGen, Burlington, 11 May 1998.

Fujian Pacific Electric Co. LTD. 9.45


Reaches Financial Closure On
Meizhou Wan Project In China,
InterGen, Burlington, 11 May 1998.

Overseas fossil fuel and renewable


energy financing by U.S.
government agencies (OPIC and
ExIm) since the 1992 Earth
Summit, A synthesis by the
Sustainable Energy and Economy
Network, August 2002; Website
Huaneng Power International
(www.hpi.com.cn), Viewed in
January 2009.

Website ADB (www.adb.org), 120.00


Viewed in January 2009; Website
IFC (www.ifc.org), Viewed in
January 2009.
Website ADB (www.adb.org), 90.00
Viewed in January 2009; Website
IFC (www.ifc.org), Viewed in
January 2009.
Website ADB (www.adb.org),
Viewed in January 2009; Website
IFC (www.ifc.org), Viewed in
January 2009.
PT PLN (Persero) Signs USD262m
Facility for 10,000 MW Fast Track
Program, PLN Persero, Jakarta, 3
December 2008; Power, Project
Finance Magazine, December
2008/January 2009.
Ex-Im Bank Signs Agreement To
Support Philippine Power Project,
US Exim Bank, Washington, 23
November 1996; Quezon Power
Consortium reaches financial
closure on$800 million private
power project in the Philippines,
Business Wire, 12 February 1997.

Website FMO (www.fmo.nl), Viewed


in January 2009; Fool me twice,
Project Finance Magazine, April
2008.

Website EIB (www.eib.org), Viewed


in January 2009; Website
Slovenske Elektrarne
(www.seas.sk), Viewed in January
2009.
Website EBRD (www.ebrd.com),
Viewed in January 2009.

Website MIGA (www.miga.org),


Viewed in February 2009

Website IFC (www.ifc.org), Viewed


in January 2009.

Website EBRD (www.ebrd.com),


Viewed in January 2009.

Website EBRD (www.ebrd.com),


Viewed in January 2009.
Export-Import Bank Of The United
States - Summary Of Minutes Of
Meeting Of Credit Committee, US
Exim Bank, Washington, 10 August
1999; Recent ALSTOM POWER
Large CFB and Scale up aspects
including steps to Supercritical,
Jean-Xavier Morin, Alstom, 47th
International Energy Agency
Workshop on Large Scale CFB,
Zlotnicki, Poland, 13 October 2003.

Website ADB (www.adb.org), 5.00


Viewed in January 2009.
Annual report 1998, US Exim Bank,
Washington, January 1999;
Overseas fossil fuel and renewable
energy financing by U.S.
government agencies (OPIC and
ExIm) since the 1992 Earth
Summit, A synthesis by the
Sustainable Energy and Economy
Network, August 2002.

STEAG raises $210-M loan for


Mindanao coal-fed power plant,
Manila Bulletin, 9 December 2005;
JBIC Signs Loan Agreement for
Coal-Fired Thermal Power Plant
Project in Mindanao, Philippines,
JBIC, Tokyo, 2 December 2003.

STEAG raises $210-M loan for


Mindanao coal-fed power plant,
Manila Bulletin, 9 December 2005;
JBIC Signs Loan Agreement for
Coal-Fired Thermal Power Plant
Project in Mindanao, Philippines,
JBIC, Tokyo, 2 December 2003.

Website EBRD (www.ebrd.com),


Viewed in January 2009; €342 mln
EBRD loan helps Bulgaria generate
more electricity, press release
EBRD, 7 December 2005; Maritza
East 1: EBRD gets it right, Project
Finance Magazine, December
2004/January 2005.
Website EBRD (www.ebrd.com),
Viewed in January 2009; €342 mln
EBRD loan helps Bulgaria generate
more electricity, press release
EBRD, 7 December 2005; Maritza
East 1: EBRD gets it right, Project
Finance Magazine, December
2004/January 2005.

Power Case Study: Maritza East 1,


Bulgaria, MIGA, Washington, 29
April 2008; Website Euler Hermes
(www.eulerhermes.com), Viewed in
January 2009; Maritza East 1:
EBRD gets it right, Project Finance
Magazine, December 2004/January
2005.

RI inks US$7.5b in deals with 190.00


China, The Jakarta Post/Beijing, 30
July 2005; Tambang Bukit Asam
Company report, Kresna Securities,
Jakarta, 18 June 2007.

Annual report 2003, JBIC, Tokyo,


November 2003; JBIC Extends
Buyer's Credit to Romania's
Ministry of Industry and Resources
To Finance Modernization of Coal-
Fired Power Plant, JBIC, Tokyo, 24
September 2002

Website MIGA (www.miga.org),


Viewed in February 2009

Website IFC (www.ifc.org), Viewed


in January 2009; IFC Provides $25
Million Financing to China's Power
Sector, IFC, Washington, 23 August
2001.
Website IFC (www.ifc.org), Viewed
in January 2009; GDF SUEZ signs
USD 393 million project financing
contract for Central Termoeléctrica
Andina, GDF Suez, Paris, 22
December 2008; Node surprises,
Project Finance Magazine, May
2008.
Website IFC (www.ifc.org), Viewed
in January 2009; GDF SUEZ signs
USD 393 million project financing
contract for Central Termoeléctrica
Andina, GDF Suez, Paris, 22
December 2008; Node surprises,
Project Finance Magazine, May
2008.

Website EIB (www.eib.org), Viewed


in January 2009

Website IFC (www.ifc.org), Viewed


in January 2009.

Website IFC (www.ifc.org), Viewed


in January 2009.
Website IFC (www.ifc.org), Viewed
in January 2009.
Overseas fossil fuel and renewable
energy financing by U.S.
government agencies (OPIC and
ExIm) since the 1992 Earth
Summit, A synthesis by the
Sustainable Energy and Economy
Network, August 2002

Annual report 2005, JBIC, Tokyo,


October 2005; Marubeni
Corporation Receives Orders for
Boiler and Steam Turbine
Packages for Tarahan Coal Fired
Steam Power Plant Project of PT
PLN, Marubeni Corporation, 26 July
2004

Overseas fossil fuel and renewable


energy financing by U.S.
government agencies (OPIC and
ExIm) since the 1992 Earth
Summit, A synthesis by the
Sustainable Energy and Economy
Network, August 2002.

List of officially supported projects,


Euler Hermes Kreditversicherung,
14 June 2004.
Website Agaportal
(www.agaportal.de), Viewed in
January 2009

500.00 3,912.95 308.40

1 21 2
Black Sea Trade CESCE China China Exim Commonwealth
and Development Bank Development
Development Bank Corporation
Bank (BSTDB) (CDC)
Multilateral Spain China China United Kingdom
Amount in mln US$ Amount in mln US$ Amount in mln US$ Amount in mln US$ Amount in mln US$
1,520.00 580.00

0.00
0.00

0.00
18.92
29.60
76.00

131.00
22.42
41.34 76.00 1,680.60 580.00 0.00

2 1 4 1 2
Compagnie Francaise Deutsche Investitions- Euler Hermes European Bank for
d'Assurance pour le und Reconstruction and
Commerce Exterieur Entwicklungsgesellsc Development
(COFACE) haft (DEG) (EBRD)
France Germany Germany Multilateral
Amount in mln US$ Amount in mln US$ Amount in mln US$ Amount in mln US$

98.39
294.78
494.00
0.00
106.04
13.59

78.46

113.00
53.00
30.00

22.00

18.00
100.00

119.56
283.95

127.03 249.08
36.79

294.27

474.81 13.59 1,174.14 869.39

4 1 5 9
European Export Credits Export Export-Import Garanti-
Investment Bank Guarantee Development Bank of Korea instituttet for
(EIB) Department Canada (EDC) (Kexim) eksportkreditt
(ECGD) (GIEK)
Multilateral United Kingdom Canada Korea Norway
Amount in mln US$ Amount in mln US$ Amount in mln US$ Amount in mln US$ Amount in mln US$

273.99

54.80
700.00
294.78 147.39
160.49

311.00

735.67
479.76
0.00
145.99
62.27
544.18
87.69
28.38

2,510.94 605.78 62.27 700.00 147.39

9 3 1 1 1
Geschäftsstelle Inter-American International Japan Bank for Korea Export
für die Development Finance International Insurance
Exportrisikogara Bank (IDB / Corporation Cooperation Corporation
ntie (ERG) IADB) (IFC) (JBIC) (KEIC)
Switzerland Multilateral Multilateral Japan Korea
Amount in mln US$ Amount in mln US$ Amount in mln US$ Amount in mln US$ Amount in mln US$
455.00

300.00

380.00
152.75

164.08

100.48

226.38

54.57
244.00

749.09

931.20

620.80
513.00

342.00
37.50
39.90
30.00

17.50

200.00
200.00

309.93

408.00

275.00
990.00

1,440.00
8.00

63.43
150.00

150.00
15.00
60.60

101.00
86.40

25.00

150.00
590.00

42.00

25.00

96.80

200.94

39.90 0.00 2,466.80 8,138.65 300.00

1 0 17 21 1
Kreditanstalt für Multilateral Netherlands Nippon Export Nordic
Wiederaufbau Investment Development and Investment Investment Bank
(KfW) Guarantee Finance Company Insurance (NEXI) (NIB)
Agency (MIGA) (FMO)
Germany Multilateral Netherlands Japan Multilateral
Amount in mln US$ Amount in mln US$ Amount in mln US$ Amount in mln US$ Amount in mln US$

186.81

317.90
458.25
27.80

507.17

560.66
360.00

15.00
400.00
413.45
540.00
163.00
177.10
16.45

30.40
40.40

70.00
123.29

62.40
1,769.15 393.19 16.45 2,089.48 201.81

6 4 1 6 2
Overseas Private Servizi Sinosure US Export- World Bank
Investment Assicurativi del Import Bank (IBRD/IDA)
Corporation (OPIC) Commercio
Estero (SACE)
United States Italy China United States Multilateral
Amount in mln US$ Amount in mln US$ Amount in mln US$ Amount in mln US$ Amount in mln US$

400.00
148.30

330.00

440.00
76.00
109.50

350.00
200.00 507.00

53.00
408.80

30.00
223.80 210.00 176.00

200.00

350.00
200.80

47.10

231.00
390.00
164.00
100.00

565.30
218.70

300.00

562.40
237.10
100.00 444.00
20.00

81.10
32.00

64.90

685.00 789.10 562.40 3,478.80 2,455.50

6 2 1 17 8
Total

Amount in mln US$

500.00

559.18

54.80

400.00

75.00

225.00

317.90
148.30

905.00

1000.00

250.00

200.00

330.00

440.00

380.00
152.75

458.25

736.96

76.00

164.08

100.48

226.38

54.57
625.30

128.40

749.09

507.17

931.20

1181.46

350.00
513.00

1067.00

342.00

53.00

15.00
2100.00

165.00

37.50

400.00

408.80

30.00
649.70

200.00

160.49

311.00

350.00

413.45

735.67
200.80

47.10

231.00

540.00
884.00

200.00

479.76

30.00

17.50

200.00
364.00

309.93

448.00

70.00

163.00

200.00

275.00
290.40

145.99

990.00

1440.00

100.00

565.30

124.95

177.10
21.59

140.73

63.43

1.20

218.70

300.00

0.50

959.00

148.00

562.40

113.00
544.18

190.00

129.00

9.45

237.10

270.00

90.00

150.00

131.00
544.00

16.45

87.69

30.00

30.40

15.00

22.00

18.00
20.00

5.00

81.10

201.00

171.00

141.97
283.95

499.40

190.00

86.40

62.40

25.00

150.00
590.00

28.38

42.00

25.00

96.80

32.00

200.94

64.90

36.79

294.27

37,043.83
Power plants
Power plant name Country Operator Sponsor(s)

Karnataka Coal-Fired PowerIndia


Plant

Vung Ang power plant Vietnam

Turceni Energy Complex Romania S.C. Complexul


Energetic Turceni S.A.

Turceni Energy Complex Romania S.C. Complexul


Energetic Turceni S.A.

Jhajjar India Jhajjar Power Limited CLP Group

Jhajjar India Jhajjar Power Limited CLP Group

TermoMaranhao Brazil MPX Energia S.A

TermoMaranhao Brazil MPX Energia S.A

Paiton 3 Indonesia Paiton Energy Mitsui (share 36%),


Company IPM Eagle LLP (45%,
a partnership
consisting of
International Power
plc and Mitsui), The
Tokyo Electric Power
Company, Inc. (14%)
and PT BHP (5%)
Pecem Brazil MPX Pecem Geração 50:50 joint venture of
de Energia S.A MPX Energia S.A.
and EDP (Energias
do Brasil S.A.)

Pecem Brazil MPX Pecem Geração 50:50 joint venture of


de Energia S.A MPX Energia S.A.
and EDP (Energias
do Brasil S.A.)

Bandel India West Bengal Power


Development
Corporation (WBPDCL)

Arnot, Kusile (Formerly South Africa Eskom


Bravo) & Medupi

Kalimantan Indonesia

Total financing (in mln


US$)
Number of financing
projects
Annual Annual CO2 Annual Annual Capacity Capacity
CO2 emissions Megawatt Megawatt (MW) (MW) Future
emissions Future Hours Hours (MWH) Present
Present (MWH) Future
Present

0 6,961,743 0 7,557,690 NA 1015.00

0 14,200,000 0 12,800,000 0 1200.00

7,399,226 8,694,896 6,263,193 7,466,786 2310.00

7,399,226 8,694,896 6,263,193 7,466,786 2310.00

0 7,086,916 0 5,948,855 0 1,320

0 7,086,916 0 5,948,855 0 1,320

0 2,074,463 0 1,552,058 0 360

0 2,074,463 0 1,552,058 0 360

0 5,906,335 0 6,068,490 0 815


0 3,979,436 0 3,164,626 0 720

0 3,979,436 0 3,164,626 0 720

2,033,995 2,714,922 1,380,319 2,632,811 530

573,894 603,421 380,683 402,155 0.00 NA

0 4,783,044 0 4,914,360 0.00 660.00


Total project costs
Brief description of power plant Full amount of project costs (if
known)

Type of plant and technology used currency original currency in million


(in mln) US$

Coal Fired Power Plant Project in the State of Karnataka in


India

Coal Fired Power Plant Project in the Ha Tinh province in


Vietnam

Largest power plant in Romania with an installed capacity of


2310 MW (7x330 MW installed power). Main fuel is lignite.

Largest power plant in Romania with an installed capacity of


2310 MW (7x330 MW installed power). Main fuel is lignite.

2 x 660 MW domestic coal fired power plant using


supercritical technology at Matenhail in Jhajjar, Haryana,
India.
2 x 660 MW domestic coal fired power plant using
supercritical technology at Matenhail in Jhajjar, Haryana,
India.
The project consists of the design, development, US$ 912 912
construction, operation and maintenance of a coal-fired
thermal generation plant in the state of Maranhão. A
desulphurization system will be installed to reduce sulfur and
particle emissions by the project.
The project consists of the design, development, US$ 912 912
construction, operation and maintenance of a coal-fired
thermal generation plant in the state of Maranhão. A
desulphurization system will be installed to reduce sulfur and
particle emissions by the project.
815 MW coal fired power unit US$ 1,450 1,450
The project consists of the design, development, US$ 1,500
construction, operation and maintenance of a 720-Megawatt
(“MW”) coal-fired thermal generation plant in the state of
Ceará.

The project consists of the design, development, US$ 1,500


construction, operation and maintenance of a 720-Megawatt
(“MW”) coal-fired thermal generation plant in the state of
Ceará.

Bandel Thermal Power Station was started with a capacity of US$ 208 208
82.5 MW in 1965. It has since been expanded and currently
has a rated capacity of 530 MW.

Loan to Eskom, the electricity company owned by the South


African government. About 60% of the new construction
projects of Eskom consist of coal-fired plants, such as the
new Medupi and Kusile plants and the upgrading of the
Arnot plant.

Coal Fired Power Plant Project in the State of Karnataka in


Indonesia
Financing information
Date Type Purpose

If known

pending Project for which JBIC


has already acquired
Environmental Impact
Assessment (EIA)
pending Project for which JBIC
has already acquired
Environmental Impact
Assessment (EIA)
pending Loan The installation of Flue Gas
Desulphurisation (FGDs) for units 3, 4, 5
and 6.

pending Loan Rehabilitation and modernisation of units


3 and 6

pending Loan

pending Loan to be syndicated to


private banks

pending Loan Design, development, construction,


operation and maintenance

pending Loan to be syndicated to Design, development, construction,


private banks operation and maintenance

pending Loan Expansion of the Paiton complex with the


Paiton 3 coal-fired power plant with highly
efficient super-critical technology
pending Loan Design, development, construction,
operation and maintenance

pending Loan to be syndicated to Design, development, construction,


private banks operation and maintenance

pending Loan Coal Fired Generation Rehabilitation


Project (Improvement Of Energy
Efficiency, Upgrade Capacity And
Residual Life On Bandel Thermal Power
Project [Btps], Unit 5, 210 MW)
pending Loan

pending Project for which JBIC


has already acquired
Environmental Impact
Assessment (EIA)
Public financial institutions involved
Information sources used African Asian Bank of China
Development Development
Bank (AfDB) Bank (ADB)

Multilateral Multilateral China


Amount in mln US$ Amount in mln US$ Amount in mln US$

Website JBIC (www.jbic.go.jp),


Viewed in February 2009

Website JBIC (www.jbic.go.jp),


Viewed in February 2009

Press release Turceni Energy, 5


August 2008; Website Turceni
Energy Complex (http://eturceni.ro),
Viewed in January 2009.

Website EBRD (www.ebrd.com),


Viewed in January 2009; Press
release Turceni Energy, 5 August
2008; Website Turceni Energy
Complex (http://eturceni.ro), Viewed
in January 2009.

Website ADB (www.adb.org), 75.0


Viewed in February 2009.

Website ADB (www.adb.org), 200.0


Viewed in February 2009.

Project Abstract, Structured And


Corporate Finance (SCF), Inter-
American Development Bank,
Washington, 15 May 2008.

Project Abstract, Structured And


Corporate Finance (SCF), Inter-
American Development Bank,
Washington, 15 May 2008.

Execution of Power Purchase


Agreement for Paiton 3 Coal-fired
Power Plant Expansion Project,
Mitsui, Tokyo, 4 August 2008;
Paiton 3 moves forward, Project
Finance Magazine, 6 August 2008.
Website IADB (www.iadb.org),
Viewed in January 2009; MPX'
coal-fired Pecém nears market,
Project Finance Magazine, 30 April
2008.
Website IADB (www.iadb.org),
Viewed in January 2009; MPX'
coal-fired Pecém nears market,
Project Finance Magazine, 30 April
2008.
Website WorldBank
(www.worldbank.org), Viewed in
January 2009; Wikipedia
(http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bandel)
, Viewed in January 2009.
Power, Project Finance Magazine,
December 2008/January 2009;
Eskom willing to re-engage miners
on rationing in interests of growth,
Mining Weekly, 23 January 2009

Website JBIC (www.jbic.go.jp),


Viewed in February 2009

0 275 0

0 2 0
Black Sea Trade CESCE China China Exim Commonwealth
and Development Bank Development
Development Bank Corporation
Bank (BSTDB) (CDC)
Multilateral Spain China China United Kingdom
Amount in mln US$ Amount in mln US$ Amount in mln US$ Amount in mln US$ Amount in mln US$
0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0
Compagnie Francaise Deutsche Investitions- Euler Hermes European Bank for
d'Assurance pour le und Reconstruction and
Commerce Exterieur Entwicklungsgesellsc Development
(COFACE) haft (DEG) (EBRD)
France Germany Germany Multilateral
Amount in mln US$ Amount in mln US$ Amount in mln US$ Amount in mln US$

PM
0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0
European Export Credits Export Export-Import Garanti-
Investment Bank Guarantee Development Bank of Korea instituttet for
(EIB) Department Canada (EDC) (Kexim) eksportkreditt
(ECGD) (GIEK)
Multilateral United Kingdom Canada Korea Norway
Amount in mln US$ Amount in mln US$ Amount in mln US$ Amount in mln US$ Amount in mln US$
0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0
Geschäftsstelle Inter-American International Japan Bank for Korea Export
für die Development Finance International Insurance
Exportrisikogara Bank (IDB / Corporation Cooperation Corporation
ntie (ERG) IADB) (IFC) (JBIC) (KEIC)
Switzerland Multilateral Multilateral Japan Korea
Amount in mln US$ Amount in mln US$ Amount in mln US$ Amount in mln US$ Amount in mln US$

0.0

0.0

0.0

100.0

145.0

0.0
190.0

293.0

0.0

0 728 0 0 0

0 4 0 5 0
Kreditanstalt für Multilateral Netherlands Nippon Export Nordic
Wiederaufbau Investment Development and Investment Investment Bank
(KfW) Guarantee Finance Company Insurance (NEXI) (NIB)
Agency (MIGA) (FMO)
Germany Multilateral Netherlands Japan Multilateral
Amount in mln US$ Amount in mln US$ Amount in mln US$ Amount in mln US$ Amount in mln US$
0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0
Overseas Private SACE Sinosure US Export- World Bank
Investment Import Bank (IBRD/IDA)
Corporation (OPIC)

United States Italy China United States Multilateral


Amount in mln US$ Amount in mln US$ Amount in mln US$ Amount in mln US$ Amount in mln US$
180.0

5,000.0

0 0 0 0 5,180

0 0 0 0 2
Total

Amount in mln US$

75

200

100

145

0
190

293

180

5,000

6,183
Power plants
Power plant name Country Operator Sponsor(s)

Turceni Energy Complex Romania S.C. Complexul


Energetic Turceni S.A.

Turceni Energy Complex Romania S.C. Complexul


Energetic Turceni S.A.

Maritza East 2 Bulgaria State-owned holding


company

Maritza East 2 Bulgaria State-owned holding


company

Maritza East 2 Bulgaria State-owned holding


company

Three coal-fired power Spain/Portugal Energias de Portugal


plants in Sines (Portugal) (EDP)
and Aboño and Soto
(Spain)
Total financing (in mln
US$)
Annual Annual CO2 Annual Annual Capacity Capacity
CO2 emissions Megawatt Megawatt (MW) (MW) Future
emissions Future Hours Hours (MWH) Present
Present (MWH) Future
Present

7,399,226 8,694,896 6,263,193 7,466,786 2310.00

7,399,226 8,694,896 6,263,193 7,466,786 2310.00

6,003,281 6,064,224 4,961,521 5,016,632 1,450

6,003,281 6,064,224 4,961,521 5,016,632 1,450

6,003,281 6,064,224 4,961,521 5,016,632 1,450

23,131,905 39,268,749 19,648,599 37,548,678


Total project costs
Brief description of power plant Full amount of project costs (if
known)

Type of plant and technology used currency original currency in million


(in mln) US$

Largest power plant in Romania with an installed capacity of


2310 MW (7x330 MW installed power). Main fuel is lignite.

Largest power plant in Romania with an installed capacity of


2310 MW (7x330 MW installed power). Main fuel is lignite.

Existing power plant EUR 80 100

Existing power plant EUR 80 100

Existing power plant EUR

Erection of flue gas cleaning equipment to retrofit of three


coal-fired thermal power plants in Sines (Portugal) and
Abono and Soto (Spain)
Financing information
Date Type Purpose

If known

Mar-05 Consulting services Pollution abatement project

Mar-05 ODA loan Pollution abatement project

Nov-04 Loan Flue gas de-sulphurisation plants on units


5 and 6 to achieve a 94% reduction in
SO2 emissions
Nov-04 Loan to be syndicated to Flue gas de-sulphurisation plants on units
private banks 5 and 6 to achieve a 94% reduction in
SO2 emissions
late 2002 Loan Flue gas de-sulphurisation plants on units
7 and 8 to achieve a 94% reduction in
SO2 emissions
2006 Loan Construction of flue gas abatement
systems as retrofit of three coal-fired
power plants
Public financial institutions involved
Information sources used African Asian Bank of China
Development Development
Bank (AfDB) Bank (ADB)

Multilateral Multilateral China


Amount in mln US$ Amount in mln US$ Amount in mln US$

Annual report 2007, JBIC, Tokyo,


October 2007; Annual report 2008,
JBIC, Tokyo, October 2008.
Annual report 2007, JBIC, Tokyo,
October 2007; Annual report 2008,
JBIC, Tokyo, October 2008.
Website EBRD (www.ebrd.com),
Viewed in January 2009.

Website EBRD (www.ebrd.com),


Viewed in January 2009.

Website EBRD (www.ebrd.com),


Viewed in January 2009.

Annual report 2006, EIB, Kirchberg,


May 2007.

0 0 0
Black Sea Trade CESCE China China Exim Commonwealth
and Development Bank Development
Development Bank Corporation
Bank (BSTDB) (CDC)
Multilateral Spain China China United Kingdom
Amount in mln US$ Amount in mln US$ Amount in mln US$ Amount in mln US$ Amount in mln US$

0 0 0 0 0
Compagnie Francaise Deutsche Investitions- Euler Hermes European Bank for
d'Assurance pour le und Reconstruction and
Commerce Exterieur Entwicklungsgesellsc Development
(COFACE) haft (DEG) (EBRD)
France Germany Germany Multilateral
Amount in mln US$ Amount in mln US$ Amount in mln US$ Amount in mln US$

27.4

14.9

38.8

0 0 0 81
European Export Credits Export Export-Import Garanti-
Investment Bank Guarantee Development Bank of Korea instituttet for
(EIB) Department Canada (EDC) (Kexim) eksportkreditt
(ECGD) (GIEK)
Multilateral United Kingdom Canada Korea Norway
Amount in mln US$ Amount in mln US$ Amount in mln US$ Amount in mln US$ Amount in mln US$

238.7

239 0 0 0 0
Geschäftsstelle Inter-American International Japan Bank for Korea Export
für die Development Finance International Insurance
Exportrisikogara Bank (IDB / Corporation Cooperation Corporation
ntie (ERG) IADB) (IFC) (JBIC) (KEIC)
Switzerland Multilateral Multilateral Japan Korea
Amount in mln US$ Amount in mln US$ Amount in mln US$ Amount in mln US$ Amount in mln US$

5.9

324.4

0 0 0 330 0
Kreditanstalt für Multilateral Netherlands Nippon Export Nordic
Wiederaufbau Investment Development and Investment Investment Bank
(KfW) Guarantee Finance Company Insurance (NEXI) (NIB)
Agency (MIGA) (FMO)
Germany Multilateral Netherlands Japan Multilateral
Amount in mln US$ Amount in mln US$ Amount in mln US$ Amount in mln US$ Amount in mln US$

0 0 0 0 0
Overseas Private SACE Sinosure US Export- World Bank
Investment Import Bank (IBRD/IDA)
Corporation (OPIC)

United States Italy China United States Multilateral


Amount in mln US$ Amount in mln US$ Amount in mln US$ Amount in mln US$ Amount in mln US$

0 0 0 0 0
Total

Amount in mln US$

324

27

15

39

239

650
Conversion table of foreign currencies
average per year
Currencies
Year US$ EUR JPY
1994 1 1.18578 0.00980
1995 1 1.29409 0.01070
1996 1 1.25266 0.00920
1997 1 1.13172 0.00828
1998 1 1.12331 0.00768
1999 1 1.06677 0.00883
2000 1 0.92492 0.00928
2001 1 0.89658 0.00824
2002 1 0.94590 0.00800
2003 1 1.13208 0.00864
2004 1 1.24386 0.00925
2005 1 1.24539 0.00910
2006 1 1.25622 0.00860
2007 1 1.37074 0.00850
2008 1 1.47134 0.00970