I’m interested to know how much Co2 is generated by a coal fired power station to produce 1kWh of electricity for electrical grid
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About 900 grammes of CO2 for each 1kWh of electricity.
There is some variation: very modern super-critical coal plants can be lower. But 900g is a reasonable central estimate.
Note that that's just CO2 from combustion. It can be higher, when we include CO2 and CH4 emissions from the rest of the coal supply chain too.