Healy Power Plant

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Healy Power Plant is a coal-fired power station owned and operated by the Golden Valley Electric Association near Healy, Alaska. Golden Valley Electric Association agreed to purchase the plant from its owner, the Alaska Industrial Development and Export Authority, for $50 million. Golden Valley intends to run the plant with the existing "Clean Coal Technology".[1]

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Opposition to Healy Plant

In March 2010 anti-coal groups targeted Golden Valley Electric Association's plan to restart an inactive Healy Power Plant but would have to go into debt as a result. The GVEA Ratepayers Alliance stated in response that the "black hole" for energy customers' money and opposed the plant's reopening.[2]


Plant Data

  • Owner/Parent Company: Golden Valley Electric Association
  • Plant Nameplate Capacity: 28 MW (Megawatts)
  • Units and In-Service Dates: 28 MW (1967)
  • Location: 2.5 Mile Healy Spur Rd., Healy, AK 99743
  • GPS Coordinates: 63.854431, -148.94815
  • Electricity Production: 219,411 MWh (2005)
  • Coal Consumption:
  • Coal Source:
  • Number of Employees:

Emissions Data

  • CO2 Emissions: 297,372 tons (2006)
  • SO2 Emissions: 470 tons (2002)
  • SO2 Emissions per MWh: 4.28 lb/MWh
  • NOx Emissions: 380 tons (2002)
  • Mercury Emissions:

Articles and Resources

Sources

  1. "Healy Clean Coal Plant" Golden Valley Electric Association website, August 2009
  2. "Anti-coal groups target Healy plant's debt" Associated Press, March 26, 2010.

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