|Queen Elizabeth Power Station|
|Location||2211 Spadina Crescent West|
|Thermal power station|
|Primary fuel||Natural gas|
|Turbine technology||Steam turbine|
|Nameplate capacity||430 MW|
Queen Elizabeth Power Station is a natural gas-fired station owned by SaskPower, located in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada. The station was called the South Saskatchewan River Generating Station but renamed the Queen Elizabeth Power Station at the time of commissioning in 1959.
The Queen Elizabeth Power Station consists of:
- one 60 MW and one 63 MW units (commissioned in 1959)
- one 95 MW unit (commissioned in 1971)
- six 25 MW Hitachi combustion gas turbines with once-through steam generators used to recover excess heat and reduce greenhouse gas emissions using combined-cycle technology(commissioned in June 2002)
- three 36 MW Hitachi gas turbine units (commissioned 2010) at a cost of $240 million
Boilers were supplied by Foster Wheeler and Babcock & Wilcox, and Once Through Steam Generators by Innovative Steam Technologies. The steam turbines were supplied by Brown, Boveri & Cie, English Electric and Hitachi.
- SaskPower, Archivia Net, Peeking Stations, archived from the original on November 21, 2010, retrieved 2011-08-27
- Journal of Commerce (March 9, 2009), SaskPower plans expansion of Queen Elizabeth Power Station, retrieved 2011-08-27
- Power Plants Around the World Archived 2010-08-13 at the Portuguese Web Archive