Columbia Energy Center

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Columbia Energy Center
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Columbia Energy Center is located in Wisconsin
Columbia Energy Center
Location of Columbia Energy Center in Wisconsin
Country United States
Location Dekorra, south of Portage, Wisconsin
Coordinates 43°29′10″N 89°25′13″W / 43.48611°N 89.42028°W / 43.48611; -89.42028Coordinates: 43°29′10″N 89°25′13″W / 43.48611°N 89.42028°W / 43.48611; -89.42028
Status Active, under construction
Commission date 1975–1978
Owner(s) Wisconsin Power and Light Company (46.2%), Wisconsin Public Service (31.8%), Madison Gas and Electric (22%)
Thermal power station
Primary fuel Coal
Cooling source man made Lake Columbia
Power generation
Nameplate capacity 2 units, 550 MWe each

Columbia Energy Center is a base load, sub-bituminous coal-fired, electrical power station located in the town of Dekorra, Wisconsin, south of Portage in Columbia County. Ownership is 46.2% Wisconsin Power and Light Company (Alliant Energy)[1] 31.8% Wisconsin Public Service (Integrys Energy Group),[2] and 22% by Madison Gas and Electric (MGE).[3]

The Power Plant resides in the Town of Pacific, south of Portage.

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  1. ^ SEC Form 10-K, 3/11/2004. Alliant Energy Corp.
  2. ^ SEC Form U-3A-2, 12/31/2002. Integrys Energy Group, Inc.
  3. ^ Environmental Responsibility Report on Climate Change. Madison Gas and Electric (MGE).

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