Baldwin Energy Complex

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In October 2001, Dynegy proposed to build two 650 megawatt coal-fired units at its Baldwin Energy Complex in Baldwin, Illinois. The plant was to burn Illinois coal and be operational in 2007. According to the EPA's coal-plant tracking survey, the project has been abandoned. [1]

Project Details

Sponsor: Dynegy Midwest Generation
Location: Baldwin, IL
Capacity: 1300 MW (two 650 MW units)
Status: Abandoned

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References

  1. "National Power Plants," EPA tracking survey, accessed January 2008

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