J. P. Pulliam Generating Station

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J. P. Pulliam Generating Station
J. P. Pulliam Generating Station is located in Wisconsin
J. P. Pulliam Generating Station
Location of J. P. Pulliam Generating Station
Country United States
Location Green Bay, Wisconsin
Coordinates 44°32′24″N 88°00′31″W / 44.54000°N 88.00861°W / 44.54000; -88.00861Coordinates: 44°32′24″N 88°00′31″W / 44.54000°N 88.00861°W / 44.54000; -88.00861
Status Active
Owner(s) Wisconsin Public Service Corporation
Power generation
Primary fuel Coal
Units operational Steam Turbine
Nameplate capacity 375 MW

J. P. Pulliam Generating Station is an electrical power station powered by sub-bituminous coal, which can also be substituted by natural gas. It is located in Green Bay, Wisconsin in Brown County. The plant is named after the former Wisconsin Public Service Corporation president John Page Pulliam (–June 15, 1951). The plant is connected to the power grid via 138KV transmission lines.

Units[edit]

Units of J. P. Pulliam Generating Station[1]
Unit Nameplate capacity Initial year of operation Notes
1 10 MW 1927 Retired 1980
2 10 MW 1927 Retired 1980
3 30 MW 1943 Retired 2007
4 30 MW 1947 Retired 2007
5 50 MW 1949 693 million BTU per hour, dry bottom boilers that burn pulverized coal
6 62.5 MW 1951 875 million BTU per hour, dry bottom boilers that burn pulverized coal
7 75 MW 1958 999 million BTU per hour, dry bottom boilers that burn pulverized coal
8 125 MW 1964 1510 million BTU per hour, dry bottom boilers that burn pulverized coal
P31 83 MW 2003 Combustion Turbine Generator (Natural Gas or Fuel Oil)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Existing Electric Generating Units in the United States, 2006" (Excel). Energy Information Administration, U.S. Department of Energy. 2006. Retrieved 2008-07-14. 

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