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Dominion’s 1,329 MW Warren County gas-fired power station enters operation

first_imgCoalGasRenewablesHydroelectricNew ProjectsNuclearSolarWind RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Facebook Previous articleTwo more nuclear reactors OK to restart in JapanNext articleSouthern Company subsidiary to expand solar projects in Georgia chloecox Twitter Facebook Vietnam: scaling back coal-fired plans toward gas, renewables Suitors for halted Bellefonte nuclear project ask TVA to consider climate in reviving sale TAGSDominion Linkedincenter_img By chloecox – Linkedin Venture Global LNG adds Zachry to EPC team for Gulf export terminal construction Dominion’s 1,329 MW Warren County gas-fired power station enters operation 12.17.2014 Dominion Virginia (NYSE: D)’s natural gas-fired, 1,329 MW Warren County Power Station, in Virginia, has entered commercial operation.“Our newest power station is a welcome addition to a generating fleet that is already one of the cleanest and most-reliable in the nation,” said David A. Christian, chief executive officer-Dominion Generation.  “It fills a critical need to meet growing demand in the Commonwealth and in Northern Virginia in particular. It is built to be both environmentally and economically efficient, promoting quality of life as well as economic development.”Warren County Energy partners, a partnership of Burns & McDonnell and Zachry Construction, constructed the station for Dominion. The workforce peaked with 1,500 employees.The power station cost approximately $1.1 billion to construct. Post-construction economic benefits are expected to be more than $35 million annually.The company operates a diverse mix of generation, including nuclear, coal, hydro, natural gas and renewables, such as wind and solar. Twitter No posts to displaylast_img

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