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Project Overview


Middletown Energy Center is a natural gas electric generating facility in Middletown, Butler County, Ohio.

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Project Overview


Middletown Energy Center is a natural gas electric generating facility in Middletown, Butler County, Ohio.

MIDDLETOWN ENERGY CENTER

NTE Energy is developing and plans to construct, own and operate a 500 MW natural gas electric generating facility in Middletown, Butler County, Ohio. The project will be one of the most efficient and clean sources of capacity and energy in PJM, the regional transmission organization. The project will employ Mitsubishi Hitachi Power Systems Americas, Inc. (MHPSA) advanced turbine technology in a combined cycle configuration, utilizing the exhaust heat of the gas turbine to produce steam to generate additional energy in a steam turbine generator.

When the project is operational, the Middletown Energy Center will supply the power needs of approximately 400,000 homes and represent an investment of over $500 million, providing numerous benefits to the city, county and state economies.

Project Highlights:

Technology: Combined Cycle utilizing MHPSA advanced Combustion Turbine

Fuel: Natural Gas

Net Output: Approx. 500 MW

Location: Cincinnati Dayton Rd, Middletown, OH

Anticipated Investment: Over $500 million

Anticipated Jobs: 300-400 during Construction | 25-30 during Operation

 

Anticipated Project Milestones:

Site Secured: 2013

Interconnection Application: 2013

Permit Applications: Early 2014

Permits Received: Early 2015

Start Construction: Early 2015

Commercial Operation Date: Early-Mid 2018

 

Middletown Energy Center