List of generating stations in New Brunswick

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List of generating stations in New Brunswick is located in New Brunswick
Beechwood
Beechwood
Grand Falls
Grand Falls
Hargrove
Hargrove
Mactaquac
Mactaquac
Milltown
Milltown
Nepisiguit Falls
Nepisiguit Falls
Sisson
Sisson
St. George
St. George
Tinker
Tinker
Tobique Narrows
Tobique Narrows
Point Lepreau
Point Lepreau
Bayside
Bayside
Coleson Cove
Coleson Cove
Belledune
Belledune
Grand Manan
Grand Manan
Millbank
Millbank
Sainte-Rose
Sainte-Rose
Grandview
Grandview
Caribou
Caribou
Edmundston
Edmundston
Lamèque
Lamèque
Kent Hills
Kent Hills
Map of all generating stations in New Brunswick

This is a list of electrical generating stations in New Brunswick, Canada.

New Brunswick has a diversified electric supply mix of fuel oil, hydroelectric, nuclear, diesel, coal, natural gas, wind, and biomass power stations. NB Power, the government-owned, integrated public utility is the main power generator in the province. There is a total of 4,284 MW of generation capacity listed here, with 47% of that capacity in the Saint John region in four stations.

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Energy Capacity by source in NB

  Fossil Fuel (54.7%)
  Hydro (22.0%)
  Nuclear (15.4%)
  Other Renewables (7.9%)

Non-Renewable[edit]

Fossil fuel[edit]

List of all power stations using fossil fuel in New Brunswick.

Name Date Capacity (MW) Location Owner Type Ref
Bayside Power 1999 290 Saint John Emera Natural gas [1][2]
Belledune Generating Station 1993 467 Belledune NB Power Coal [3]
Coleson Cove Generating Station 1976 972 Saint John NB Power Fuel oil [3]
Grand Manan Generating Station 1989 29 Grand Manan NB Power Diesel [3]
Millbank Generating Station 1991 397 Millbank NB Power Diesel [3]
Sainte-Rose Generating Station 1991 99 Sainte-Rose NB Power Diesel [3]
Grandview Cogeneration Plant 2004 88 Saint John TransCanada Natural gas [4]

Nuclear[edit]

List of all nuclear power stations in New Brunswick.

Name Date Capacity (MW) Location Owner Type Ref
Point Lepreau Nuclear Generating Station 1983 660 45°04′10″N 66°27′20″W / 45.06944°N 66.45556°W / 45.06944; -66.45556 (Point Lepreau) NB Power Nuclear [3]

Renewable[edit]

Hydro[edit]

List of all hydroelectric generating stations in New Brunswick.

Name Date Capacity (MW) Location Owner River Ref
Beechwood Generating Station 1962 112 46°32′32″N 67°40′09″W / 46.542253°N 67.669276°W / 46.542253; -67.669276 (Beechwood Generating Station) NB Power Saint John River [3]
Grand Falls Generating Station 1931 66 47°03′00″N 67°44′33″W / 47.0500811°N 67.7425575°W / 47.0500811; -67.7425575 (Grand Falls Generating Station) NB Power Saint John River [3]
Hargrove Dam 1962 3 46°31′02″N 67°35′45″W / 46.517212°N 67.595713°W / 46.517212; -67.595713 (Hargrove Dam) Hargrove Hydro Monquart River [citation needed]
Mactaquac Generating Station 1965-1968 668 45°57′18″N 66°52′03″W / 45.954969°N 66.867514°W / 45.954969; -66.867514 (Mactaquac Generating Station) NB Power Saint John River [3]
Madawaska Hydro-Dam Fraser Plant 1917 5.3 Edmundston Edmundston Energy Madawaska River [5][6]
Milltown Generating Station 1900's 3 45°10′32″N 67°17′34″W / 45.175426°N 67.292895°W / 45.175426; -67.292895 (Milltown Generating Station) NB Power St. Croix River [3][7]
Nepisiguit Falls Generating Station 1921-1929 11 47°24′17″N 65°47′36″W / 47.4047977°N 65.7932138°W / 47.4047977; -65.7932138 (Nepisiguit Falls Generating Station) NB Power Nepisiguit River [3][7]
Second Falls Dam 1911 3.2 Edmundston Edmundston Energy Green River [6]
Sisson Generating Station 1928-1969 9 47°16′03″N 67°14′49″W / 47.267621°N 67.246891°W / 47.267621; -67.246891 (Sisson Generating Station) NB Power Tobique River [3][7]
St. George Dam 1900s 15 45°07′41″N 66°49′44″W / 45.128158°N 66.828844°W / 45.128158; -66.828844 (St. George Dam) St. George Power Magaguadavic River [8][9]
Tinker Dam 1923 34.5 46°48′35″N 67°46′00″W / 46.8098266°N 67.7665365°W / 46.8098266; -67.7665365 (Tinker Dam) Algonquin Power Aroostook River [10][11]
Tobique Narrows Generating Station 1951-1953 20 46°46′49″N 67°41′42″W / 46.780339°N 67.695089°W / 46.780339; -67.695089 (Tobique Narrows Generating Station) NB Power Tobique River [3]

Other renewables[edit]

List of all wind farms and biomass power plants in New Brunswick.

Name Date Capacity (MW) Location Owner Type Ref
Caribou Wind Park 2009 99 70 km west of Bathurst Suez Renewable Energy Wind [3][12]
Edmundston Pulp Mill 38 Edmundston Fraser Papers Biomass [13]
Lamèque Wind Power Project 2011 45 Lamèque Island ACCIONA Energy Wind [14]
Kent Hills Wind Farm 2008, 2010 150 Riverside-Albert TransAlta Wind [15]

Notes and References[edit]

Notes'

References'

  1. ^ Emera, Emera Energy - Combined Cycle, retrieved 2014-01-08 
  2. ^ Emera Energy - News Release, retrieved 2014-01-08 
  3. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n NB Power, System Map, retrieved 2014-01-08 
  4. ^ TransCanada, Grandview Cogeneration Plant (PDF), retrieved 2014-01-08 
  5. ^ Edmundston - Energy, retrieved 2014-01-09 
  6. ^ a b Edmundston Energy - A Century of Progress, retrieved 2014-01-09 
  7. ^ a b c "NB Power - Hydro Tour". Archived from the original on 2014-10-12. Retrieved 2015-01-08. 
  8. ^ "St George Dam". CARMA. Retrieved 4 September 2014. 
  9. ^ "A steady stream of sustainable energy". J.D. Irving. Retrieved 5 September 2014. 
  10. ^ Algonquin Power (13 January 2010), Algonquin Power & Utilities Corp. Announces Completion Of Acquisition Of 36.8 MW Of Hydroelectric Generation Assets, retrieved 2010-08-25 
  11. ^ Algonquin Power Assets, 2014-01-08 
  12. ^ Bringing Clean Energy to New Brunswick (PDF), retrieved 2014-01-08 
  13. ^ Twin Rivers - Edmundston Pulp Mill, retrieved 2014-01-08 
  14. ^ "The Maritime Energy Association - New Brunswick". Retrieved 2014-01-09. 
  15. ^ TransAlta, Kent Hills, retrieved 2014-01-08 

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