Nga Awa Purua Power Station
The Nga Awa Purua (NAP) Power Station is a nominal 140 meagwatt (MW) net triple flash geothermal plant facility located on the Rotokawa geothermal field in Taupo, New Zealand, and is currently the largest single turbine geothermal power station in the world. The NAP Power Station was designed and constructed by Sumitomo Corporation with the technology and equipment provided by Fuji Electric. Hawkins Construction was responsible for the design and construction of the architectural, civil and structural elements of the station.
- The NAP Power Station is owned by the Nga Awa Purua Joint Venture with Tauhara North No2 Trust owning 35% Mighty River Power owning 65%.
- The operation of both Nga Awa Purua and Rotokawa power stations is performed by Mighty River Power