Hendrina Power Station in Mpumalanga, South Africa, is currently one of South Africa's oldest operating coal power plant.

Hendrina Power Station came into operation between June 1970 and December 1976. It is one of Eskom's oldest operating power stations and the only one with 10 units. When it was built, it had the longest turbine hall of any Eskom power station. Between 1995 and 1997 half of Hendrina's 10 units were refurbished and now boast some of the most advanced system control technology in the world. The station's 5-in-1 control room was the first in the Southern Hemisphere. In 1999, Hendrina received a gold award from the National Productivity Institute.

Hendrina Power Station has ten 200MW units with a total installed capacity on 2,000MW. Design efficiency at turbine MCR (Maximum Continuous Rating) is 34.20%