- Clifty Creek Power Plant
Clifty Creek Power Plant Country United States Location Madison, Indiana Coordinates Coordinates: Status Active Commission date Unit 1: February 1955
Unit 2: May 1955
Unit 3: July 1955
Unit 4: October 1955
Unit 5: November 1955
Unit 6: March 1956
Owner(s) Ohio Valley Electric Corporation Power station information Primary fuel Subbituminous coal Power generation information Maximum capacity 1,303 MWe
Clifty Creek Power Plant is a 1.3-GW coal-fired power station located in Madison, Indiana, USA. Five of its six identical units began operating in 1955, the sixth unit was launched in 1956. It has one of the tallest chimneys in the world, at 300 metres (980 ft).
With all of its units dating back to mid-1950s, the plant ranked 49th on the United States list of dirtiest power plants in terms of sulphur dioxide emissions per megawatt-hour of electrical energy produced in 2006.
- ^ "Existing Electric Generating Units in the United States, 2006" (Excel). Energy Information Administration, U.S. Department of Energy. 2006. http://www.eia.doe.gov/cneaf/electricity/page/capacity/capacity.html. Retrieved 2008-07-14.
- ^ "IKEC to invest $460 million for Environmental Controls at Clifty Creek Power Plant" (PDF) (Press release). Indiana-Kentucky Electric Corporation. 2006-05-11. http://www.ovec.com/News%20Release%205-11-06%20IKEC.pdf. Retrieved 2007-01-12.
Power stations in Indiana Coal-fired
generating stationsA.B. Brown • Bailly • Cayuga • Clifty Creek • Crawfordsville Mun. • F.B. Culley • Eagle Valley • Edwardsport • R. Gallagher • Gibson • Harding St. (formerly E.W. Stout) • Jasper Mun. • Logansport • Merom • Michigan City • D.H. Mitchell • Noblesville • Perry K. • Peru Mun. • Petersburg • H.T. Pritchard • F.E. Ratts • Rockport • R.M. Schahfer • State Line • Tanner's Creek • Wabash River • Warrick • Whitewater Valley
Oil-fired peaking stationsConnersville • Miami-Wabash Gas-fired peaking stationsAnderson • Broadway • Georgetown • Henry County • Lawrence County • Lawrenceburg • Montpelier • Noblesville • Northeast • Portside • Richmond • Vermillion • Wheatland • Whiting Clean Energy • Worthington Hydroelectric damsMarkland Dam • Norway Dam • Oakdale Dam • Twin Branch Dam Wind farms Biomass to energy plants Attempted nuclear plantsMarble Hill Nuclear Power Plant • Bailly Nuclear Power Plant Utility companies
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