Fuel Switching

PA Peakers

PA Peakers Combustion Turbines – Pennsylvania PA Peakers are a fleet of simple cycle natural gas/oil combustion turbines located in Eastern Pennsylvania. Owned Generating Capacity140 Megawatts Primary Fuel TypeNatural Gas, Oil Number Of Units3 Commercial Operating Year1965-1977 Market LocationPJM Ownership Percentage100%

Martins Creek

Martins Creek Power Plant – Bangor, Pennsylvania The Martins Creek power plant has two units that are fueled by natural gas or oil. Owned Generating Capacity1,711 Megawatts Primary Fuel TypeNatural Gas, Oil Number Of Units2 Commercial Operating Year1975, 1977 Market LocationPJM Ownership Percentage100%

H.A. Wagner

H.A. Wagner Generating Station – Pasadena, Maryland The H.A. Wagner Power Plant, located outside Baltimore, MD, is fueled by coal, natural gas and oil. Owned Generating Capacity834 Megawatts Primary Fuel TypeCoal, Natural Gas, Oil Number Of Units4 Commercial Operating Year1956-1972 Market LocationPJM Ownership Percentage100% CCR Rule Compliance Data & Information If not otherwise beneficially reused, …

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Dartmouth

Dartmouth Power Plant – Dartmouth, Massachusetts The Dartmouth Power Plant can be fueled by either natural gas or oil. Owned Generating Capacity82 Megawatts Primary Fuel TypeNatural Gas, Oil Number Of Units2 Commercial Operating Year1992, 2009 Market LocationISO-NE Ownership Percentage100%

Brunner Island

Brunner Island Steam Electric Station – York Haven, Pennsylvania The Brunner Island power plant has three coal-fired units with environmental control technologies.  It also posseses dual fuel switching capabilities, with the ability to also operate using coal or natural gas. Owned Generating Capacity1,422 Megawatts Primary Fuel TypeCoal, Natural Gas Number Of Units3 Commercial Operating Year1961, …

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