Lake Side Power Station

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Coordinates: 40°19′52″N 111°45′20″W / 40.3311°N 111.75558°W / 40.3311; -111.75558

The north side of the plant

Lake Side Power Station is a natural gas turbine power station at Vineyard, Utah, United States. It was built by Lake Side Power LLC. with Siemens Westinghouse Power Corporation[1] and is operated by PacifiCorp which does business in Utah as Rocky Mountain Power.[2]

The station was completed in 2007 and has a daily average production of 545 megawatts of electricity. Twenty-two of the 70-acre (28 ha) site on which the plant is built were part the site of the Geneva Steel steel mill and meets government pollution regulatory requirements with emission offset credits purchased from Geneva Steel.[2][3] The plant and its steam plume are usually visible from Interstate 15 between the Orem/Lindon and Pleasant Grove exits near the northeastern corner of Utah Lake.

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  1. ^ "DIRECT TESTIMONY OF EARL GJELDE". psc.state.utah.us. Public Service Commission of Utah. 6 Jun 2004. Archived from the original (doc) on 11 Oct 2007. Retrieved 22 Feb 2008 – via web.archive.org. 
  2. ^ a b Israelsen, Sara (16 Jun 2007). "Vineyard power plant is nearly finished". Deseret Morning News. Salt Lake City: Deseret Digital Media. Retrieved 15 Aug 2016. 
  3. ^ "Approval Order" (PDF). airquality.utah.gov. Utah Department of Environmental Quality. 2005. Retrieved 22 Feb 2008. 

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