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The Arnot Power Station is a coal-fired station owned by the South African publicly-owned electricity utility Eskom.

The power station has an installed capacity of 2,140 megawatts and comprises 4 X 350 MW units and 2 X 370 MW units. The power station is located at Middelburg, Mpumalanga; Eskom plans to commission 60 megawatts upgrades in 2008, a further 60 megawatts in each of 2009 and a further 30 megawatts in 2010.[1]

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  1. South African government, "National Response to South Africa's Electricity Shortage", January 2008.

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