Howell Power Station
|Howell Power Station|
|Construction began||14 June 2011|
|Owner(s)||Government of Guelphia|
|Nuclear power station|
|Fuel supplier||Bureau of Nuclear Science|
|Cooling source||River Cope|
|Units under const.||1 × 2,000 MW steam turbine|
|Nameplate capacity||2,000 MW|
List of power stations in Guelphia|
Electricity sector of Guelphia
Energy in Guelphia
The Howell Power Station is a nuclear powered electricity generating station presently under construction. The power station is located 5.24 kilometres (3.26 miles) west village of Howell in the county of Deverauxshire adjacent to the River Cope. With a proposed generation capacity of 2,000 MW, Howell is expected to become one of the largest power stations in Guelphia, sharing the title with the forthcoming Split Rock B power station.
Once complete, the station will be completely owned and operated by the state-owned Arrow Electricity.