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Killingly Energy Center in Connecticut.

Scope :

Setting up of 500 MW Killingly Energy Center gas-fired combined cycle plant. Killingly Energy Center will be capable of powering approximately 450,000 homes.

NTE Energy expects to commence construction of between 2017 and 2018. Planned to be fully commission between 2020 and 2021.

NTE Energy is developing and plans to construct, own and operate the Killingly Energy Center, a 550 MW natural gas-fired electric generating facility in Killingly, Connecticut, which will be a source of clean and efficient electric capacity and energy for many communities and utilities in the region.

Once complete, the Killingly Energy Center will be capable of powering approximately 500,000 homes and represent an investment of over $500 million, providing numerous benefits to the local community and its economy.

Technology: 1 x 1 Combined Cycle Gas Turbine (CCGT)

Fuel: Natural Gas, with limited ULSD backup

Net Output: Approx. 550 MW

Location: Killingly, Connecticut

Anticipated Investment: Over $500 Million

Anticipated Jobs Created:

250-350 During Construction

25-30 During Operation

PROJECT MILESTONES

Secure Site: 1Q16

Interconnection Request: 1Q16

Air Permit Application: 2Q16

Siting Council Application: 2Q16

Obtain Permits: 1Q17

Start Construction: 2/3Q17

Commercial Operation: 2020

Project completion date : 2020-12-31 12:00:00

Major organization : NTE ENERGY

Address : 24 Cathedral Place,

Suite 300, St. Augustine,

FL 32084

Country :United States

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Publication:Mena Report
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Date:Apr 22, 2016
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