Haverhill Cogeneration Station

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Th Haverhill Cogeneration Station uses high-pressure steam to produce electricity, then use the resulting lower pressure steam to produce coke, an input in steel production. The project went into operation in 2008.[1]


Project Details

Sponsor: Sun Coke Company (Sunoco)
Location: Scioto County, OH
Capacity: 46 MW (average net)
Type: Cogeneration
Status: Operating 2008

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References

  1. About SunCoke Energy: Existing Projects, accessed April 2011

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