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List of power stations in Indiana

List of electricity-generating stations and peaking stations in Indiana.

Coal-Fired

Name Location Act.
Units
Stacks In Service
Dates
Unit Capacity
(2009)
Nameplate
Capacity

(2009 MW)
Owner Type Owner(s)
(2009)
A.B.
Brown
Posey Co. /
Vand. Co.
4 4 1 1979 2 1986
3 1991 4 2002
1 & 2 235MW
3 & 4 88.2MW
707 Large
Corporation
Vectren
Bailly Chesterton 2 1 1 1962
2 1968
1 190MW
2 413MW
604 Large
Corporation
NIPSCO
Cayuga Cayuga 2 3 1 1970
2 1972
1 531MW
2 531MW
1062 Large
Corporation
Duke Energy Indiana
Clifty
Creek
Madison 6 3 1-5 1955
6 1956
All 6: 217MW 1,303 Conglomerate Ohio Valley E.C.
Crawfordsville
Mun.
Crawfordsville 2 2 1 1955
2 1956
1 11.5MW
2 12.6MW
24.1 City
Utility
Crawfordsville E.L.&P.
F.B. Culley Newburgh 3 3 1 1955 2 1966
3 1973
1 46MW 2 104MW
3 265MW
415 Large
Corporation
Vectren
Eagle
Valley
Martinsville 4 3 1 1951
2 & 3 1953 4 1956
1 50MW
2 & 3 69MW 4 114MW
302 Large
Corporation
AES / IPALCO
Gallagher New Albany 4 2 1 1958 2 1959
3 1960 4 1961
All 4: 150MW 600 Large
Corporation
Duke Energy Indiana
Gibson Northwestern
Gibson County
5 6 1 & 2 1976
3 & 4 1979 5 1982
All 5: 630MW 3,145 Large Corp
Franchised
D.E.I. 100%1-4 90.3% 5
See Gibson G.S. for details
Harding St./
(former E.W. Stout)
South Side
Indianapolis
4 4 1 1958 2 1961
3 1973 4 2001
1 & 2 114MW
3 & 4 471MW
1,170 Large
Corporation
IPALCO
Jasper
Mun.
Jasper 1 1 1968 14.5MW 14.5 City
Utility
Jasper M.E.U.
Logansport Logansport 2 1 1 1958
2 1964
1 18MW
2 25MW
43 City
Utility
Logansport Municipal Utility
Merom Merom 2 1 1 1982
2 1983
Both: 540MW 1080 R.E.M.C. Hoosier Energy
Michigan
City
Michigan City 1 2 1 1974 540MW 540 Large
Corporation
NIPSCO
D.H. Mitchell Gary 3 2 1 & 2 1958
3 1970
All 3 128MW 384 Large
Corporation
NIPSCO
Perry K. Downtown
Indianapolis
2 3 1 1925
2 1938
1 15.0MW
2 5.0MW
20.0 Small
Corporation
Citizens Energy Group
Peru Mun. Peru 2 2 1 1949
2 1959
1 12.5MW
2 22.0MW
34.5 City
Utility
Peru E.L.&P.
Petersburg Petersburg 4 4 1 1967 2 1969
3 1977 4 1986
1 253MW 2 471MW
3 & 4 574MW
1,873 Large
Corporation
AES / IPALCO
F.E.
Ratts
Petersburg 2 2 Both 1970 Both 117MW 233 R.E.M.C. Hoosier Energy
Rockport Rockport 2 3 1 1 1984
2 1989
Both: 1,300MW 2,600 Large
Corporation
Indiana - Michigan Power
R.M.
Schahfer
Wheatfield 4 4 1 1976 2 1979
3 1983 4 1986
1 540MW 2 556MW
3 & 4 423MW
1,943 Large
Corporation
NIPSCO
Tanner's
Creek
Lawrenceburg 4 5 1 1951 2 1952
3 1954 4 1964
1 & 2: 153MW
3 215MW 4 580MW
1,100 Large
Corporation
Indiana - Michigan Power
Notre Dame
Utility Plant
University of
Notre Dame
5 3 1 1952 2 1956 3 1962
4 1967 5 2000
1 1.7MW 2 2.0MW 3 3.0MW
4 5.0MW 5 9.5MW
21.1 College
Utility
University of Notre Dame
Wabash
River
Terre Haute 7 1 2-4 1955 5 1956
6 1968 7 1995
2-4 85MW 5 95MW
6 318MW
680 Large
Corporation
Duke Energy Indiana
Wade
Utility Plant
Purdue
University
2 3 1 1969
2 1995
1 10.6MW
2 30.8MW
41.4 College
Utility
Purdue University
Warrick Newburgh 4 3 1 1960 2 1964
3 1965 4 1970
1, 2, & 3 144MW
4 323MW
755 95%
Franchised
Vectren to Alcoa's
Newburgh Smelter
Whitewater
Valley
Richmond 2 1 1 1955
2 1973
1 33.0MW
2 60.9MW
93.9 City
Utility
Richmond Power & Light
Totals: 28 Plants 92
72 ------- ------- 21,402.5 ------- 16 Utility Corps
1 Co-Op Consortium
2 Universities
1 Smelter

1 Also includes cooling towers.

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Coal Gasification

Name Location Act.
Units
Stacks In Service
Dates
Unit Capacity
(2009)
Nameplate
Capacity
Owner Type Owner(s) (2009)
Wabash River
IGCC
Terre Haute 2 1 1 - 1995
2 - 1955 (Repowered)
1 192mw
2 68 mw(steam)
260mw Corporation Wabash Valley Power Authority
Edwardsport
IGCC
Edwardsport 3 2 2012 1 & 2 260mw
3 260mw
780mw Joint
Owned
Duke Energy Indiana
Vectren

1 The Existing Plant will be decommissioned and demolished upon completion of new IGCC Facility.

Oil Fired Peaking Stations

Natural Gas Fired

Name Location Type In Service
Dates
Unit Capacity
(2014)
Nameplate
Capacity
Owner Type Owner(s) (2014) Source(s)
Anderson Generating Station Anderson Peaking 1 & 2 - 1992
3 - 2004
1 & 2 41 MW
3 85 MW
167 MW Municipal Holding Company Indiana Municipal Power Agency [1]
Broadway Generating Station (Indiana) Evansville Peaking 1 - 1971
2 - 1981
1 50 MW
2 65 MW
115 MW Large Corporation Vectren [2]
Georgetown Generating Station
Henry County Generating Station
Lawrence County Generating Station
Lawrenceburg Energy Facility
Montpelier Electric Generating Station (Indiana)
Noblesville Peaking Station
Northeast Generating Station (Indiana)
Portside Energy Facility
Richmond Generating Station (Indiana)
Vermillion Generating Facility
Wheatland Generating Facility
Whiting Clean Energy Power Plant
Worthington Generating Station

Hydroelectric Dams

Wind Farms

Biomass to Energy Plant

Milltown Biomass

Attempted Nuclear Plants

Operating Electrical Utility Companies

References

  1. ^ "About IMPA / Power Supply Resources / Generation Resources". impa.com. Retrieved June 6, 2014. 
  2. ^ "Electric Generation and Environmental Stewardship". vectren. Retrieved June 6, 2014. 
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