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Great Plains Energy Plant

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The May 2007 NETL report "Tracking New Coal-Fired Power Plants" listed two “Great Plains Energy” plants, one in Missouri and one in Kansas.[1] The Kansas location was not pursued. The Missouri location, better known as Iatan 2, is now being constructed by Great Plains Energy's subsidiary Kansas City Power & Light, near Weston, Missouri. [2]

Project Details

Sponsor: Great Plains Energy
Location: Weston, Missouri
Capacity: 850 MW
Type:
Projected in service: 2010
Status: this location not constructed

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References

  1. “Tracking New Coal-Fired Power Plants,” National Energy Technology Lab, May 2007, page 13. (Pdf)
  2. "Construction to Resume on Iatan 2 Power Plant" The Joplin Globe, March 20, 2007.

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