Greenfield Energy Centre

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Greenfield Energy Centre
Location Courtright, St. Clair, Ontario
Status In Operation
Commission date October 16, 2008
Owner(s) Greenfield Energy Centre LP
Thermal power station
Primary fuel Natural gas
Type Gas turbine combined cycle
Power generation
Nameplate capacity 1,005 MW

Greenfield Energy Centre is a natural gas-fired power station owned by Greenfield Energy Centre LP, brought into operation on October 16, 2008. Power is produced under contract to the Ontario Power Authority.[1] It is located in St. Clair, in Lambton County, Ontario.


The Power Station is the largest gas fired station in Canada and consists of three Siemens Westinghouse 501FD2 combustion turbines and one steam turbine. Process water is taken from the St. Clair River and processed in on onsite treatment plant before being returned.

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Coordinates: 42°46′09″N 82°27′10″W / 42.76917°N 82.45278°W / 42.76917; -82.45278