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|Fyn Power Station|
|Thermal power station|
|Secondary fuel||Municipal waste|
|Tertiary fuel||Biomass (straw)|
|Nameplate capacity||656 MW|
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The Fyn Power Station (Danish: Fynsværket) is a coal, straw and municipal waste-fired power station operated by Vattenfall in Odense, Denmark. It has eight units, three of which were operating as of 2010[update]: unit 3, unit 7, and unit 8. Unit 3 has a power of 235 MW (coal), unit 7 of 362 MW (coal), unit 8 of 35 MW biomass), and Odense CHP plant 24 MW. Unit 7 has a 235 metres (771 ft) tall chimney, making it the second-tallest chimney in Denmark. Unit 3 is a 141 metres (463 ft) tall chimney.
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