Ada Cogeneration

Ada, Michigan

Berkeley Cogeneration

Berkeley, California

Bridgewater

Bridgewater, New Hampshire

Brooklyn Navy Yard

Brooklyn, New York

Cadillac Renewable

Cadillac, Michigan

Camarillo Cogen

Camarillo, California

Carson Cogen

Carson, California

Central Power & Lime

Brooksville, Florida

Chambers

Carneys Point, New Jersey

Chino

Chino, California

Conemaugh Generating Station

Johnstown, Pennsylvania

Edom Hills Wind Farm

Cathedral City, California

Grant County Wind

Hoffman, Minnesota

Gregory

Gregory, Texas

Hydro-Kennebec

Winslow, Maine

Juniper Assets

Bakersfield, California

Keystone Generating Station

Johnstown, Pennsylvania

Little Falls

Little Falls, New York

Llano Estacado Wind Farm

White Deer, Texas

Mecklenburg

Clarksville, Virginia

Michigan Power

Ludington, Michigan

Mojave

Boron, California

Northampton Generating Facility

Northampton, Pennsylvania

Oyster Creek

Freeport, Texas

Panther Creek Energy

Nesquehoning, Pennsylvania

Park Place Solar

Morristown, New Jersey

Person Peaking

Albuquerque, New Mexico

Rumford

Rumford, Maine

Scrubgrass Generating L.P.

Scrubgrass Township, Pennsylvania

Top of Iowa Wind Farm

Joice, Iowa

Vineland

Vineland, New Jersey

West Delaware

Gramsville, New York

Westwood Generating

Tremont, Pennsylvania

York Haven Hydroelectric

York Haven, Pennsylvania
Ada Cogeneration | Ada, Michigan USA

Ada Cogeneration Project is situated within a large modern industrial park owned by the makers of Amway products located in Ada, Michigan. The modern cogeneration plant provides Amway essential steam which is utilized in the manufacturing process of its many diverse product lines. In addition, electricity is provided to Consumers Energy Company under a long term power purchase arrangement.

Ada Cogeneration
29.4MW
January 1991
Consumers Energy
Amway Inc.
General Electric LM2500 combined cycle cogeneration configuration
Natural Gas
Olympus Power, LLC
Ada Energy Services, LLC
Berkeley Cogeneration | Berkeley, California USA

Berkeley Cogeneration Project is situated in California on the beautiful campus of the University of California, Berkeley. The plant provides steam to the campus utility system to service the many essential and diverse needs of the university. In addition, electric generation is provided to Pacific Gas and Electric under a long term power purchase arrangement.

Berkeley Cogeneration
26MW
PE-Berkeley, Inc.
August 1987
Pacific Gas and Electric
University of California, Berkeley
General Electric LM2500 cogeneration configuration with 21.35 MW nameplate capacity operating in combined cycle with a 5 MW non-condensing Terry steam turbine
Natural Gas
Berkeley Leasing, LLC
Olympus Power, LLC
Berkeley Energy Services, LLC
Bridgewater | Bridgewater, New Hampshire USA

Bridgewater Power Company, LP is a renewable energy biomass facility situated in Bridgewater, New Hampshire.  The project purchases wood and waste wood through short-term purchase agreements as its primary fuel.

Bridgewater
15MW
1987
Merchant Sales to New England ISO
N/A
General Electric steam turbine, Foster Wheeler stoker boiler
Wood & Waste Wood
Olympus Power, LLC
Bridgewater Power Holdings, LLC
Bridgewater Energy Services, LLC.
Brooklyn Navy Yard | Brooklyn, New York USA
Brooklyn Navy Yard
Brooklyn, New York
286
Natural Gas
Westinghouse Combined Cycle Cogen
Cadillac Renewable | Cadillac, Michigan USA
Cadillac Renewable
Cadillac, Michigan
38
Biomass
Biomass
Camarillo Cogen | Camarillo, California USA
Camarillo Cogen
Camarillo, California
27
Natural Gas
GE LM 2500 Combined Cycle Cogen
Carson Cogen | Carson, California USA
Carson Cogen
Carson, California
50
Natural Gas
GE LM 2500 / 6000 Combined Cycle Cogen
Central Power & Lime | Brooksville, Florida USA
Central Power & Lime
Brooksville, Florida
150
Coal
Pulverized Coal
Chambers | Carneys Point, New Jersey USA
Chambers
Carneys Point, New Jersey
262
Coal
Pulverized Coal
Chino | Chino, California USA
Chino
Chino, California
27
Natural Gas
GE LM 2500 Combined Cycle Cogen
Conemaugh Generating Station | Johnstown, Pennsylvania USA

Conemaugh Generation Station located on a 2,500 acre site along the Conemaugh River, 13 miles northwest of Johnstown, PA. Conemaugh Power Plant is a major component of the billion-dollar power development in the Chestnut Ridge. The station was constructed by investor-owned utilities representing four eastern states and the District of Columbia. The station burns about 4.8 million tons of Pennsylvania coal per year. Conemaugh is a supercritical tangential fired boiler with a Steam Turbine Generator package. The plant provides approximately 200 full time jobs and provides employment for about 100 related trucking jobs as well as employment for Pennsylvania miners. Conemaugh is equipped with the most advanced environmental control technology including a FGD Scrubber and an SCR.

Conemaugh Generating Station
1700MW
Unit No. 1 May 21, 1970 Unit No. 2 May 27, 1971
PJM
N/A
Combustion Engineering Boilers and GE Turbine Generators
Bituminous Coal
Olympus KeyCon Services, LLC
NRG Energy
Edom Hills Wind Farm | Cathedral City, California USA

Edom Hills is a 20 MW renewable energy wind farm situated in Cathedral City, California, just a few minutes north of downtown Palm Springs.   The site was re-powered in 2008.   The facility sells all of its energy under a long term Power Purchase Agreement with Southern California Edison.

Edom Hills Wind Farm
20MW
N/A
N/A
N/A
Clipper Turbines
NA (Wind)
N/A
Grant County Wind | Hoffman, Minnesota USA
Grant County Wind
Hoffman, Minnesota
20
NA (Wind)
10 x 2.1 MW Suzlon S-88 Turbines
Gregory | Gregory, Texas USA
Gregory
Gregory, Texas
393
Natural Gas
GE Frame 7FA Combined Cycle Cogen
Hydro-Kennebec | Winslow, Maine USA
Hydro-Kennebec
Winslow, Maine
15
Hydro
Hydroelectric
Juniper Assets | Bakersfield, California USA
Juniper Assets
Bakersfield, California
422
Natural Gas
GE LM-5000 turbines
Plant NameMegaWatt
Badger Creek46
Bear Mountain Cogen46
Chalk Cliff Cogen46
Corona Cogen47
Double C49.8
High Sierra49.8
Kern Front49.8
Live Oak Cogen46
McKittrick Cogen46
Keystone Generating Station | Johnstown, Pennsylvania USA

Keystone Generation Station is located on a 1,000 acre track off highway 210 in Plum Creek Township 35 miles northwest of Johnstown, PA. Keystone Power Plant is a major component of the billion-dollar power development in the Chestnut Ridge. The Keystone station was constructed by investor-owned utilities representing five eastern states and the District of Columbia. The station burns about 4.5 million tons of Pennsylvania coal per year. The plant provides approximately 200 full time jobs and provides employment for about 100 related trucking jobs as well as employment for Pennsylvania miners. Keystone is a supercritical tangential fired boiler with a Steam Turbine Generator package. The plant provides approximately 200 full time jobs. Keystone is equipped with the most advanced environmental control technology including a FGD Scrubber and an SCR.

Keystone Generating Station
1700MW
Unit No. 1 August 24, 1967 and Unit No. 2 July, 23 1968
PJM
N/A
Combustion Engineering Boilers and Westinghouse Generators and GE Turbine
Bituminous Coal
Olympus KeyCon Services, LLC
NRG Energy
Little Falls | Little Falls, New York USA
Little Falls
Little Falls, New York
13
Hydro
Hydroelectric
Llano Estacado Wind Farm  | White Deer, Texas USA

Llano Estacado Wind, LLC is a renewable energy wind farm, located in White Deer, TX. (Just east of Amarillo, TX) The project sells electricity through the merchant SPP market.

Llano Estacado Wind Farm
80MW
N/A
N/A
N/A
80 x 1.0MW Mitsubishi MWT 1000 Turbines
NA (Wind)
N/A
Mecklenburg | Clarksville, Virginia USA
Mecklenburg
Clarksville, Virginia
138
Coal
Coal-fired generating units
Michigan Power | Ludington, Michigan USA
Michigan Power
Ludington, Michigan
123
Natural Gas
GE Frame 7EA Combined Cycle Cogen
Mojave | Boron, California USA
Mojave
Boron, California
55
Natural Gas
Westinghouse 251 Combined Cycle Cogen
Northampton Generating Facility | Northampton, Pennsylvania USA

The Northampton Generating Facility is located in the anthracite coal mining region, in the town of Northampton, Pennsylvania. The facility is designed to convert the anthracite mining refuse (culm or coal refuse) left over from decades of coal mining in the region into energy. Employing state-of-the art Ahlstrom Pyroflow circulating fluidized bed (CFB) boiler technology, the facility is able to efficiently burn low BTU refuse in an environmentally safe and beneficial manner. Along with other waste coal facilities, Northampton provides a unique and profound environmental benefit by consuming coal refuse from past and current mining activities as well as abandoned coal refuse piles. As a consequence, abandoned mining sites can be reclaimed and restored to usable land and environmental damage from acid mine drainage, harmful air emissions, along with human health and safety issues, derived from these coal refuse piles is eliminated. Mitigation of acid mine drainage runoff provides a material benefit to surface water and ground water and to the watershed in the areas from which the project acquires its fuel.

Northampton Generating Facility
112MW
1992
PJM
N/A
ABB steam turbine, Ahlstrom Pyroflow Circulating Fluid Boiler
Culm (waste anthracite produced prior to 1985)
Olympus Power, LLC
Northampton Energy Services, LLC Fuel Management: Northampton Fuel Services, LLC
Oyster Creek | Freeport, Texas USA
Oyster Creek
Freeport, Texas
382
Natural Gas
GE Frame 7EA
Panther Creek Energy | Nesquehoning, Pennsylvania USA

The Panther Creek Energy Facility is located in the anthracite coal mining region, in the Borough of Nesquehoning, Pennsylvania. The facility is designed to  convert the anthracite mining refuse (culm) left over from decades of coal mining in the region into energy. Employing state-of-the art Ahlstrom Pyroflow circulating fluidized bed (CFB) boiler technology, the facility is able to efficiently burn low BTU refuse in an environmentally safe and beneficial manner.  Along with other waste coal facilities, Panther Creek provides a unique and profound environmental benefit by consuming waste coal from past and current mining activities as well as abandoned waste coal piles.  As a consequence, mining sites can be reclaimed and restored to usable land and environmental damage from acid mine drainage derived from these waste coal piles is eliminated.  Mitigation of acid mine drainage runoff provides a material benefit to surface water and ground water and to the watershed in the areas from which the project acquires its fuel.

Panther Creek Energy
80MW
June 16, 1992
PJM
N/A
Alstom steam turbine, Ahlstrom Pyroflow Circulating Fluid Boiler
Culm (waste anthracite produced prior to 1985)
Olympus Power, LLC
Panther Creek Energy Services, LLC and Panther Creek Fuel Services, LLC
Park Place Solar | Morristown, New Jersey USA
Park Place Solar
Morristown, New Jersey
0
Solar
Solar
Person Peaking | Albuquerque, New Mexico USA
Person Peaking
Albuquerque, New Mexico
140
Natural Gas and Oil
General Electric 7FA gas turbine (simple cycle)
Rumford | Rumford, Maine USA
Rumford
Rumford, Maine
85
Biomass
Wood fired Cogen
Scrubgrass Generating L.P. | Scrubgrass Township, Pennsylvania USA

The Scrubgrass Facility is located in the bituminous coal mining region, in Scrubgrass out in Western Pennsylvania. The facility is designed to  convert the bituminous mining refuse (GOB) left over from decades of coal mining in the region into energy. Employing state-of-the art Tampella/Kvaerner circulating fluidized bed (CFB) boiler technology, the facility is able to efficiently burn low BTU refuse in an environmentally safe and beneficial manner.  Along with other waste coal facilities, Scrubgrass provides a unique and profound environmental benefit by consuming waste coal from past and current mining activities as well as abandoned waste coal piles.  As a consequence, mining sites can be reclaimed and restored to usable land and environmental damage from acid mine drainage derived from these waste coal piles is eliminated.  Mitigation of acid mine drainage runoff provides a material benefit to surface water and ground water and to the watershed in the areas from which the project acquires its fuel.

Scrubgrass Generating L.P.
80MW
1993
Merchant Sales in to PJM
N/A
Circulating Fluidized Bed and Steam Turbine
Bituminous Waste Coal (GOB) from nearby mines
PPMS
NAES
Top of Iowa Wind Farm  | Joice, Iowa USA

Top of Iowa Wind Power LLC is a renewable energy wind farm, located in Joice, Iowa. The project sells electricity through the merchant MISO market.

Top of Iowa Wind Farm
80 MW
N/A
N/A
N/A
89 x 0.9 MW NEG Micon (Vestas) Turbines
NA (Wind)
N/A
N/A
Vineland | Vineland, New Jersey USA
Vineland
Vineland, New Jersey
65
Natural Gas
GE LM 6000 Combined Cycle Cogen
West Delaware | Gramsville, New York USA
West Delaware
Gramsville, New York
8
Hydro
Hydroelectric
Westwood Generating | Tremont, Pennsylvania USA

The Westwood Generation Facility is located in the anthracite coal mining region, in the town of Tremont, Pennsylvania. The facility is designed to use the anthracite mining refuse (Culm) left over from decades of coal mining in the region. Employing state-of-the art circulating fluidized bed (CFB) boiler technology, the facility is able to efficiently burn low BTU refuse in an environmentally safe and beneficial  manner. Along with other waste coal facilities, Westwood provides a unique and profound environmental benefit by consuming waste coal from past and current mining activities as well as abandoned waste coal piles.  As a consequence, mining sites can be reclaimed and restored to usable land and environmental damage from acid mine drainage derived from these waste coal piles is eliminated.  Mitigation of acid mine drainage runoff provides a material benefit to surface water and ground water and to the watershed in the areas from which the project acquires its fuel.

Westwood Generating
30MW
1987
PJM Market
N/A
GE steam turbine, Alstom Circulating Fluid Boiler
Culm (waste anthracite produced prior to 1985)
Olympus Power, LLC
Westwood Energy Services, LLC
York Haven Hydroelectric | York Haven, Pennsylvania USA
York Haven Hydroelectric
York Haven, Pennsylvania
20
Susquehanna River Water
6 Kaplan Turbines, 13 Francis Turbines