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Warrick Power Plant

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Warrick Power Plant (also known as Sigeco-Warrick Power Plant) is a coal-fired power station owned and operated by Alcoa near Newburgh, Indiana. It powers Alcoa's Warrick aluminum smelter.

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Plant Data

  • Owner: Alcoa Generating Corp.
  • Parent Company: Alcoa
  • Plant Nameplate Capacity: 755 MW (Megawatts)
  • Units and In-Service Dates: 144 MW (1960), 144 MW (1964), 144 MW (1965), 323 MW (1970)
  • Location: 4000 S.R. 66, Newburgh, IN 47629
  • GPS Coordinates: 37.913972, -87.332306
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  • Number of Employees:

Emissions Data

  • 2006 CO2 Emissions: 6,199,079 tons
  • 2006 SO2 Emissions:
  • 2006 SO2 Emissions per MWh:
  • 2006 NOx Emissions:
  • 2005 Mercury Emissions:

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