The Kingston Fossil Plant itself has been in operation since 1955. Its nine coal-fired units have a total capacity of about 1,400 MW, according to the TVA.
POWERGEN will not be focused on yesterday, for it is not reliving the glory days of coal generation past. The sessions, as the titles suggest, are focused on the future.
A new water management system for coal combustion residuals (CCRs) will reduce the footprint from 435 acres to three, according to the TVA.
In an effort to reduce carbon dioxide emissions, Black Dog is one of the latest U.S. power plants to convert from coal to natural gas.
Shannon has more than 30 years of corporate finance and accounting experience. He previously was at ADTRAN in roles including CFO, senior vice president of finance and head of corporate development.
The 1,800-MW coal-fired plant has been in operation since 1967. Unit 1 is jointly owned by Cardinal and AEP Generation resources Inc., while units 2 and 3 are owned by Buckeye Power.
Both were coal-burning power stations built in the 1960s and retired in June 2017. The site of the Hudson station originally goes back to a power plant built in 1906, according to reports.
TVA retired all ten units of the Humphreys County coal-fired plant gradually beginning in 2012, with the final four units retired at the end of 2017.
Consulting company Pöyry has completed work on a power plant on Panay Island in the Philippines.