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Dearborn Industrial Generation

Dearborn Industrial Generation is a 752 MW natural gas and waste gas power plant located in Dearborn, Michigan.

Dearborn Industrial Generation is a highly efficient natural gas powered generating facility consisting of two combined cycle units and one simple cycle gas combustion unit. Additionally there are three boilers that combust both natural gas and waste blast furnace gas from an adjacent steel mill. The waste gas produces steam and electricity that qualifies for Advanced Cleaner Energy Credits under Michigan’s energy efficiency law.

The electric output is sold into the MISO market and to third party customers. This facility can produce enough electricity to power approximately 710,000 homes. Process and heating steam are sold under long-term contracts to adjacent industrial customers. The facility is capable of delivering 1.7 million pounds per hour of steam to the industrial complex.

Commercial operation for the simple cycle unit began in 1999 and the combined cycle units became operational in 2001.

Tes Filer City Station

TES Filer City Station is a 73 MW coal and biomass power plant located near Manistee, Michigan.

TES Filer City Station is a clean burning coal facility which also burns biomass wood contributing to the reduction of landfill waste. 

The electric output is sold pursuant to a long-term power purchase agreement with Consumers Energy Company. This facility can produce enough electricity to power approximately 73,000 homes.  Process steam is sold to an adjacent industrial customer (50,000 pounds per hour).

Commercial operation began in 1990. 

Genesee Power Station

Genesee Power Station is a 40 MW biomass-fueled power plant located near Flint, Michigan.

Genesee Power Station is a renewable facility which burns a variety of biomass materials that would otherwise be landfilled, including tree trimmings, land-clearing residue, construction debris, pallets, spools and other clean industrial wood wastes provided by Mid-Michigan Recycling.

The power produced supports the health of the forests, mitigates greenhouse gasses (is “carbon neutral”), conserves landfill space and supports the electric grid in central Michigan.

The electric output is sold pursuant to a long-term power purchase agreement with Consumers Energy Company.  This facility can produce enough electricity to power approximately 40,000 homes.

Commercial operation began in 1995.

Grayling Generating Station

Grayling Generating Station is a 38 MW biomass-fueled power plant located near Grayling, Michigan.

Grayling Generating Station is a renewable energy facility that utilizes biomass waste to produce electricity. The fuel consists primarily of bark and sawdust from local lumber mills and the non-marketable biomass from lumbering operations.

The power produced supports the health of the forests, mitigates greenhouse gases (is “carbon neutral”), conserves landfill space and supports the electric grid in northern Michigan. 

The electric output is sold pursuant to a long-term power purchase agreement with Consumers Energy Company.  This facility can produce enough electricity to power approximately 38,000 homes.

Commercial operation began in 1992.

Kalamazoo River Generating Station

Kalamazoo River Generating Station is a 68 MW natural gas peaking facility located near Kalamazoo, Michigan.

Kalamazoo River Generating Station is a simple-cycle, natural gas-fired plant.

The electric output is sold into the MISO market and provides voltage support to the transmission system.  This facility can produce enough electricity to power approximately 68,000 homes.

Commercial operation began in 1999.

Livingston Generating Station

Livingston Generating Station is a 156 MW natural gas fired facility located near Gaylord, Michigan.

Livingston Generating Station consists of four quick start-simple cycle combustion turbines totaling 156 MW.

The electric output is offered into the MISO market and provides voltage support to the transmission system. This facility can produce enough electricity to power approximately 156,000 homes.

Commercial operation began in 1999.

Craven County Wood Energy

Craven County Wood Energy is a 50 MW biomass-fueled power plant located near New Bern, North Carolina.

Craven County Wood Energy is a renewable facility that utilizes biomass waste to produce electricity. The fuel consists primarily of bark and sawdust from local pulp, paper and lumber mills, non-marketable biomass from lumbering operations and agricultural wastes. 

The power produced supports the health of the forests, mitigates greenhouse gases (is “carbon neutral”), conserves landfill space and supports the electric grid in eastern North Carolina.

The electric output is sold pursuant to a power purchase agreement with Duke Progress Energy.  This facility can produce enough electricity to power approximately 50,000 homes.

Commercial operations began in 1990.

CMS Energy Stock Price

13Dec2017 04:02 ET 49.25 +0.08 +0.16% Volume: 1,534,990

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