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E.J. Stoneman Expansion

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Built in 1951, the E.J. Stoneman Plant was owned by Dairyland Power Cooperative until 1996; it is now owned by Integrys Energy Services (previously WPS Power Development.) The plant sells power under contract to utilities in the Mid-Continent Area Power Pool (MAPP).[1]

It was reported in 2001 that the owners were studying an expansion of the Stoneman Plant from 53 MW to 300 MW.[2] However, as of early 2008 there is no indication that the expansion is being pursued.

Project Details

Sponsor: Integrys Energy Group
Location: Cassville, WI
Capacity: 247 MW expansion
Projected in service: TBD
Status: Cancelled

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References

  1. E.J. Stoneman Power Generation Station, WPS Power press release, accessed January 2008.
  2. Coal Plant Expansion Proposed for Cassville, Business Journal of Milwaukee, September 18, 2001.

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