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Located in Buckingham County, VA, this Natural Gas facility powers approximately 156,000 homes.

Facility Details
Location: Buckingham County, VA
Fuel Type: Natural Gas with ultralow-sulfur diesel fuel as a backup
Commercial Operation Began: Site construction began April 2009; Commercial operations began May 24, 2011
Net Generating Capacity: 622 megawatts

Located in Freeman, VA, this Natural Gas facility powers approximately 344,000 homes.

Facility Details
Location: Freeman, VA
Fuel Type: Natural Gas
Commercial Operation Began: Began service in April 2016
Net Generating Capacity: 1,376 megawatts

Located in Chesapeake, VA, this Oil facility powers approximately 10,000 homes.

Facility Details
Location: Chesapeake, VA
Fuel Type: Oil
Commercial Operation Began:
  • Unit 1 – 1967
  • Unit 4 & 6 – 1969
Net Generating Capacity: 39 megawatts
Number of Oil Units: 3

Located in Chester, VA, this Coal and Natural Gas facility powers approximately 350,000 homes.

Facility Details
Location: Chester, VA
Fuel Type: Coal & Natural Gas
Commercial Operation Began:
  • Unit 5 – 1964
  • Unit 6 – 1969
  • Unit 7 – 1990
  • Unit 8 – 1992
Net Generating Capacity: 1,400 megawatts
Number of Coal Units: 2
Number of Natural Gas Units: 2 (Unit 7 and 8 are fired by both natural gas and #2 oil)

Located in Clover, VA, this Coal facility powers approximately 219,000 homes.

Facility Details
Location: Clover, VA
Fuel Type: Coal
Commercial Operation Began:
  • Unit 1 – 1995
  • Unit 2 – 1996
Net Generating Capacity: 877 megawatts
Number of Coal Units: 2

Located in Richmond, VA, this Fuel Oil and Natural Gas facility powers approximately 85,000 homes.

Facility Details
Location: Richmond, VA
Fuel Type: Natural Gas & Oil
Commercial Operation Began: Began commercial service in 1990
Net Generating Capacity: 340 megawatts (4 units)
Number of Natural Gas Units: 4 (Units are fired by both Natural Gas and #2 Oil.)

Located in Chesapeake, VA, this Natural Gas and Oil facility powers approximately 81,000 homes.

Facility Details
Location: Chesapeake, VA
Fuel Type: Natural Gas & Oil
Commercial Operation Began: Service began in 1992
Net Generating Capacity: 325 megawatts (3 units)
Number of Natural Gas Units: 3 (Units are fired by both Natural Gas and #2 Oil.)

Located in Gordonsville, VA, this Natural Gas facility powers approximately 55,000 homes.

Facility Details
Location: Gordonsville, VA
Fuel Type: Natural Gas
Commercial Operation Began: Service began in 1994
Net Generating Capacity: 218 megawatts (2 units)

Located in Surry, VA, this Fuel Oil and Natural Gas facility powers approximately 92,000 homes.

Facility Details
Location: Surry, VA
Fuel Type: Fueled by Fuel Oil (4 units) and Natural Gas (2 units)
Commercial Operation Began:
  • Units 1 & 2 – 1970
  • Units 3, 4, 5, & 6 – 1989
Net Generating Capacity: 368 megawatts
Number of Natural Gas Units: 34 (Units 3, 4, 5 and 6 are fired by both Natural Gas and #2 Oil.)
Number of Oil Units: 2

Located in Greensville and Brunswick Counties, VA, this Natural Gas facility powers approximately 397,000 homes.

Facility Details
Location: Greensville and Brunswick Counties, VA
Fuel Type: Fueled by Natural Gas, it will use the latest generation of highly efficient combined-cycle technology to produce electricity
Commercial Operation Began: Operations began December 8, 2018
Net Generating Capacity: 1,588 megawatts

Located in Ladysmith, VA, this Natural Gas and Oil facility powers approximately 196,000 homes.

Facility Details
Location: Ladysmith, VA
Fuel Type: Natural Gas & Oil
Commercial Operation Began:
  • Units 1 & 2 – 2001
  • Units 3 & 4 – 2008
  • Unit 5 – 2009
Net Generating Capacity: 782 megawatts (5 units)
Number of Natural Gas Units: 5 (Units are fired by both Natural Gas and #2 Oil.)

Located in Covington, VA, this Oil facility powers approximately 12,000 homes.

Facility Details
Location: Covington, VA
Fuel Type: Oil
Commercial Operation Began: 1971
Net Generating Capacity: 48 megawatts
Number of Oil Units: 4

Located in Mt. Storm, WV, this Coal and Oil facility powers approximately 408,000 homes.

Facility Details
Location: Mt. Storm, WV
Fuel Type: Coal & Oil
Commercial Operation Began:
  • Coal Unit 1 – 1965
  • Coal Unit 2 – 1966
  • Coal Unit 3 – 1973
  • Combustion Turbine Unit 1 – 1967
Net Generating Capacity: 1,632 megawatts
Number of Coal Units: 3
Number of Oil Units: 1 (Combustion Turbine Unit 1 is fired with jet fuel.)

Located in Warsaw, VA, this Oil facility powers approximately 12,000 homes.

Facility Details
Location: Warsaw, VA
Fuel Type: Oil
Commercial Operation Began: 1971
Net Generating Capacity: 47 megawatts
Number of Oil Units: 4

Located in Dumfries, VA, this Natural Gas & Oil facility powers approximately 161,000 homes.

Facility Details
Location: Dumfries, VA
Fuel Type: Natural Gas & Oil
Commercial Operation Began:
  • Combustion turbine Units 1-6 – 1968
  • Unit 5 – 1975
  • Unit 6 – 2003
Net Generating Capacity: 645 megawatts
Number of Natural Gas Units: 1 (Unit 6 is fired by both natural gas and #2 oil.)
Number of Oil Units: 6

Located in Remington, VA, this Natural Gas and Oil facility powers approximately 151,000 homes.

Facility Details
Location: Remington, VA
Fuel Type: Natural Gas & Oil
Commercial Operation Began: Commercial service began in 2000
Net Generating Capacity: 604 megawatts (4 units)
Number of Natural Gas Units: 4 (Units are fired by both Natural Gas and #2 Oil.)

Located in Roanoke Rapids, NC, this Natural Gas facility powers approximately 39,000 homes.

Facility Details
Location: Roanoke Rapids, NC
Fuel Type: Natural Gas
Commercial Operation Began: Began commercial service in 1990
Net Generating Capacity: 155 megawatts

Located in St. Paul, VA, this Coal and Biomass facility powers approximately 153,000 homes.

Facility Details
Location: St. Paul, VA
Fuel Type: Coal & Biomass
Commercial Operation Began: 2012
Net Generating Capacity: 610 megawatts
Number of Coal Units: 1 (Station burns coal and biomass)

Supporting Documents:

Read more about the Virginia City Hybrid Energy Center.

CFB Technology – Advanced circulating fluidized bed technology is proven clean-coal technology that also enables the using of run-of-mine coal, waste coal and renewable energy sources, such as wood waste. CFB technology combined with modern post-combustion controls have low emissions of sulfur dioxide, nitrogen oxide, particulate matter and mercury. This technology is compatible with the need to be able to use a wide variety of fuels available in the region and compatible with the requirement to construct and operate a facility in an environmentally responsible manner that minimizes overall impact to air, water and land resources.

Located in Front Royal, VA, this Natural Gas facility powers approximately 337,000 homes.

Facility Details
Location: Front Royal, VA
Fuel Type: Natural Gas
Commercial Operation Began: Began commercial service in December 2014
Net Generating Capacity: 1,349 megawatts

Located in Yorktown, VA, this Oil facility powers approximately 197,000 homes.

Facility Details
Location: Yorktown, VA
Fuel Type: Oil
Commercial Operation Began: Unit 3 – 1974
Net Generating Capacity: 787 megawatts
Number of Oil Units: 1

Supporting Documents

* Coal Combustion Residuals (CCR) Ponds and Landfills Information

** CFB Technology – Advanced circulating fluidized bed technology is proven clean-coal technology that also enables to using of run-of-mine coal, waste coal, and renewable energy sources, such as wood waste. CFB technology combined with modern post-combustion controls has low emissions of sulfur dioxide, nitrogen oxide, particulate matter and mercury. This technology is compatible with the need to be able to use a wide variety of fuels available in the region and compatible with the requirement to construct and operate a facility in an environmentally responsible manner that minimizes overall impact to air, water and land resources.

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