Where the power comes from - 2016 Power Supply

GenerationFacilities2016V3    Aurora Energy     North Pole Expansion Power Plant     North Pole Power Plant     Healy Power Plant     Wind     Delta Power Plant     Natural Gas Generation     Bradley Lake Hydroelectric

1.  Zehnder Power Plant (Fairbanks)

  • Owned by GVEA
  • Established 1972
  • 41 MW Diesel
  • Remotely operated

6.  Wind in Delta

  • Owned and operated by Alaska Environmental Power
  • GVEA purchases up to 2 MW of power produced from their two turbines in Delta Junction

2.  Aurora Energy

  • Owned and operated by Aurora Energy
  • GVEA purchases up to 25 MW of power from this coal-fired plant

7.  Delta Power Plant

  • Owned by GVEA
  • Established 1976
  • 27 MW Diesel
  • Remotely operated

3.  North Pole Expansion Power Plant

  • Owned by GVEA
  • Established 2006
  • 60 MW Naphtha (LM 6000 turbine)

8.  Natural Gas Generation

  • Purchases made from Railbelt utilities located in the south-central area of Alaska
  • GVEA can purchase up to 70 MW (capacity of Anchorage-to-Fairbanks Intertie)

4.  North Pole Power Plant

  • Owned by GVEA
  • Established 1976
  • 120 MW Diesel (two 60 MW turbines)

9.  Bradley Lake Hydroelectric

  • GVEA owns 17% share
  • Established in 1991
  • 20 MW Hydropower
  • Homer Electric Operates for all Railbelt utilities

5a.  Healy Unit 1 Power Plant

  • Owned by GVEA
  • Established 1967
  • 28 MW Coal

5b.  Healy Unit 2 Power Plant

  • Owned by GVEA
  • Established 2016
  • 50 MW Coal

 10.  Eva Creek Wind

  • Owned by GVEA
  • Established 2012
  • 12 turbines, with a capacity of nearly 25 MW
  • 33% annual capacity factor

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