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Perry K. Generating Station

Perry K. Generating Station
Perry K. Generating Station is located in Indiana
Perry K. Generating Station
Location of Perry K. Generating Station
Country United States
Location downtown Indianapolis, Indiana
Coordinates
Status Active
Commission date Unit 4: January 1925
Unit 6: July 1938
Owner(s) Citizens Energy Group
Power generation
Primary fuel Natural Gas/Bituminous Coal
Nameplate capacity 20 MWe

Perry K. Generating Station is a small multi-fired power station producing steam for one of the largest central district steam heating systems in the United States. The plant is located on the south side of downtown Indianapolis. Its coal-fired units, currently being converted to natural gas, are among the oldest operating power plants in the United States.[1] Perry K. is owned by Citizens Thermal, a division of Citizens Energy Group.

References

  1. ^ "Existing Electric Generating Units in the United States, 2006" (Excel).  


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