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RedHawk Energy Corporation acquires and consolidates domestic oil and gas equipment manufacturing and servicing companies.[1] In 2009, the Mt. Poso Cogeneration Plant in California was jointly owned by Northern Star Generation LLC, National Petroleum Associates, and Red Hawk Energy, with each partner owning one-third.[2] As of 2012, the plant is co-owned instead by MacPherson Oil Company and DTE Energy.[3]

Mt. Poso Cogeneration Company planned for its plant to be the first cogeneration conversion from fossil fuel to 100% renewable biomass - agricultural and residential green waste from nearby areas. The conversion was expected to be completed by September 2010,[4] but reportedly was actually finished in February 2012.[3]

Existing Coal Plants

Plant Name State Year(s) Built Capacity
Mt. Poso Cogeneration Plant CA 1989 27 MW

Contact Information

RedHawk Energy Corporation
P.O. Box 53929
Lafayette, Louisiana 70505-3929
Phone: (337) 269-5933
Fax: (337) 269-5935
Web: http://www.redhawkenergycorp.com/

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References

  1. RedHawk Energy Corporation, Current Portfolio Companies, corporate website, accessed July 2012
  2. "Request for Extension and Modification of Mt. Poso Cogeneration Company" PG&E letter to CA Public Utilities Commission, August 7, 2009.
  3. 3.0 3.1 MacPherson Oil Company, MT. POSO COGENERATION PLANT GOES GREEN, corporate website, accessed July 2012
  4. The Conversion, Mt. Poso Cogeneration Company website, September 2009.
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