Brighton Beach Generating Station
|Brighton Beach Generating Station|
|Commission date||July 2004|
|Owner(s)||Atco Power 50%
Ontario Power Generation 50%
|Operator(s)||Coral Energy Canada Inc|
|Thermal power station|
|Primary fuel||natural gas|
|Make and model||2 General Electric 7FA gas turbines
1 General Electric DN11 condensing steam turbo generator
|Nameplate capacity||541.3 MW|
Brighton Beach Generating Station is a natural gas fired combined cycle fossil fuel power station in the Brighton Beach neighbourhood of Windsor, Ontario, Canada that is a 50% joint venture between Atco Power and Ontario Power Generation. The electricity generated is under the control and marketing lead of by Coral Energy Canada Inc. Gas for the plant is supplied by Union Gas, and cooling water is drawn from the Detroit River.
The plant consists of:
- Two General Electric 7FA gas turbine generators
- Two heat recovery steam generators
- One General Electric DN11 condensing steam turbine generator
- "Brighton Beach Combined-Cycle Generation Plant". ATCO Ltd. Retrieved 2013-05-13.
- Per Google Earth, accessed 2013-05-13
- "Brighton Beach Power Station (541.3 MW) - Windsor". Ontario Power Authority. Retrieved 2013-05-13.
- "CONNECTION ASSESSMENT & APPROVAL PROCESS" (PDF). IESO.ca. Independent Electricity Market Operator. 19 March 2004. Retrieved 10 October 2016.
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