Muja Power Station, Verve Energy's biggest power station, is situated 225 kilometres south east of Perth and 22 kilometres east of Collie. The coal-fired power station is capable of producing 854 megawatt (MW) of electricity or enough energy to power about 300,000 homes.
Muja Power Station has two 200MW generating units and two 227MW units making up Stages C and D. The four smallest and least efficient units, Stages A and B, were closed in April 2007 These units could be refurbished and recommissioned by 2012 as an interim measure during the transition to clean technologies.
The decision was made to build Muja Power Station following the post World War II period when WA electricity demand was increasing by 10% per annum. Muja was officially opened on 21 April, 1966.
GWTS was involved in the management of Bag houses and structural work for the upgrade of Muja power station.