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Susquehanna

Susquehanna Steam Electric Station – Salem Township, Pennsylvania Susquehanna Steam Electric Station (SSES) generates clean, reliable, safe and affordable energy to power homes, businesses, hospitals and schools, driving regional economies. Susquehanna Nuclear, LLC, a division of Talen Energy, operates SSES and owns 90% of the station.  Allegheny Electric owns 10%.  Total Generating Capacity is 2,494 …

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Sunbury Solar Development Project

Sunbury Solar (in Development) – Sunbury, Pennsylvania The Sunbury Solar project will install solar arrays on closed ash basins adjacent to the decommissioned Sunbury power plant, which Talen formerly owned.  It is being constructed as part of a joint venture with BQ Energy and will generate 20 megawatts of clean, renewable solar energy. Generating Capacity20 …

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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%

Montour Solar One Development Project

Montour Solar One (in Development) – Washingtonville, Pennsylvania The Montour Solar One project will install solar arrays on undeveloped land adjacent to Talen’s Montour Steam Electric Station. It is being constructed as part of a joint venture with Pattern Energy and will generate 100 megawatts of clean, renewable solar energy. Visit the project website, http://montoursolar.com, …

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Montour

Montour Steam Electric Station – Washingtonville, Pennsylvania The Montour power plant has two coal-fired units with environmental control technologies that produce enough electricity to power more than 1 million homes. Owned Generating Capacity1,518 Megawatts Primary Fuel TypeCoal Number Of Units2 Commercial Operating Year1972, 1973 Market LocationPJM Ownership Percentage100% CCR Rule Compliance Data & Information

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%

Lower Mount Bethel

Lower Mount Bethel Power Plant – Bangor, Pennsylvania The Lower Mount Bethel power plant is a natural gas-fired facility consisting of two combustion turbines and one steam turbine. Owned Generating Capacity607 Megawatts Primary Fuel TypeNatural Gas Number Of Units3 Commercial Operating Year2004 Market LocationPJM Ownership Percentage100%

Keystone

Keystone Generating Station – Shelocta, Pennsylvania The Keystone Generating Station is a 1,700 Megawatt baseload coal-fired steam electric generating plant located northwest of Johnstown, PA. Talen owns a 12% share in the station. Owned Generating Capacity214 Megawatts Primary Fuel TypeCoal Number Of Units2 Commercial Operating Year1967, 1968 Market LocationPJM Ownership Percentage12%

Holtwood Solar Development Project

Holtwood Solar (in Development) – Holtwood, Pennsylvania The Holtwood Solar project will install solar arrays on closed ash basins adjacent to the decommissioned Holtwood coal fired power plant, which Talen formerly owned.  It is being constructed as part of a joint venture with BQ Energy and will generate 20 megawatts of clean, renewable solar energy.   …

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H.A. Wagner Battery Demonstration Project

H.A. Wagner Battery Demonstration Project (in Development) Pasadena, Maryland Our first battery storage project (in partnership with Key Capture Energy) will be located at our H.A. Wagner facility near Baltimore, Maryland. The project will begin as a 20 MW demonstration project with the opportunity to fully replace a recently retired coal-fired unit, providing grid stability …

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