GDF SUEZ

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GDF SUEZ is the U.S. retail energy business unit of GDF SUEZ Energy International, a GDF SUEZ business unit and active in energy outside Europe. U.S. operations include Connecticut, Delaware, Illinois, Texas, New York, New Jersey, Maryland, Maine, Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, and Washington D.C.[1]

GDF Suez Energy International became Engie in April 2015.

Existing Coal Plants

Plant State Year(s) Built Capacity
Red Hills Generation Facility MS 2001 514 MW
Mount Tom Station MA 1960 136 MW

GDF SUEZ Energy North America owns or has partnered to build, own, or operate over 77 power generation facilities, many in North America.[2]

Coal Source

The North American Coal Corporation’s Red Hills Mine in Ackerman, Mississippi, began production in 2000 and delivers approximately 3.5 million tons of coal per year to SUEZ Energy Resources.[3]

Corporate Headquarters

GDF SUEZ Energy Resources NA
1990 Post Oak Boulevard, Suite 1900
Houston, TX 77056
Phone: 888.232.6206
Website: http://www.gdfsuezenergyresources.com

Articles and Resources

Sources

  1. "GDF SUEZ Energy Resources" GDF Suez Website, August 2009.
  2. "GDF SUEZ Power Generation" GDF Suez Website, August 2009.
  3. "Red Hills Mine" North American Coal Corporation Website, August 2009.

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