Cargill Salt Power Plant

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Cargill Salt Power Plant is a coal-fired power station owned and operated by Cargill in St. Clair, Michigan. The plant provides power to Cargill's St. Clair salt processing facility.

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Plant Data

  • Owner/Parent Company: Cargill
  • Plant Nameplate Capacity: 2.0 MW (Megawatts)
  • Units and In-Service Dates: 2.0 MW (1968)
  • Location: 1213 South Riverside, St. Clair, MI 48079
  • GPS Coordinates: 42.818024, -82.486701
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The plant was converted from coal to natural gas in 2015 [1].

Articles and Resources


  1. "Cargill Salt invests $10 million to replace coal power" Nicole Hayden, The Times Herald (Port Huron, MI), Dec 15, 2015

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