List of power stations in Texas

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List of power stations in Texas is located in Texas
Houston
Houston
Dallas
Dallas
San Antonio
San Antonio
Austin
Austin
El Paso
El Paso
Martin Lake
Martin Lake
Monticello
Monticello
Spruce
Spruce
Denison
Denison
Comanche Peak
Comanche Peak
South Texas
South Texas
Channel
Channel
Roscoe
Roscoe
Horse Hollow
Horse Hollow
Capricorn Ridge
Capricorn Ridge
Sabine
Sabine
Forney
Forney
Midlothian
Midlothian
Brazos
Brazos
Jones
Jones
Plant X
Plant X
Decker
Decker
Tolk
Tolk
Wildorado
Wildorado
Oak Grove
Oak Grove
Location of power stations in Texas
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Texas has a wide variety of energy sources. Once dominated by natural gas and coal,[1] the power mix has been changing rapidly. Wind generation replaced coal in the number two position in 2017.[2] ERCOT has also approved the planned connection of much new generation capacity to the Texas electric grid, none of it coal. The permitted new connections to the grid include 2,000 megawatts from solar sources, 8,700 megawatts from wind generation, and more than 10,000 megawatts from natural gas.[3]


Biomass[edit]


Name Location Coordinates Capacity (MW) Refs
Aspen Biomass Power Plant Lufkin 31°22′9″N 94°44′22″W / 31.36917°N 94.73944°W / 31.36917; -94.73944 (Aspen Biomass Power Plant) 44 [4]
Nacogdoches Generating Facility Nacogdoches County 34°49′55″N 94°54′00″W / 34.832°N 94.9°W / 34.832; -94.9 (Nacogdoches Generating Facility) 100 [5]
Rio Grande Valley Sugar Growers Santa Rosa 26°16′11″N 97°52′0″W / 26.26972°N 97.86667°W / 26.26972; -97.86667 (Rio Grande Valley Sugar Growers) 23.5 [4]
Snider Industries Marshall 32°34′45″N 94°22′27″W / 32.57917°N 94.37417°W / 32.57917; -94.37417 (Snider Industries) 5 [4]
Texarkana Mill Cass County 33°15′27″N 94°04′17″W / 33.25750°N 94.07139°W / 33.25750; -94.07139 (Texarkana Mill) 65 [6]
Woodville Renewable Power Woodville 30°44′56″N 94°26′10″W / 30.74889°N 94.43611°W / 30.74889; -94.43611 (Woodville Renewable Power) 49 [4]

Coal[edit]

A useful map[7] of coal generation plants is provided by the Sierra Club.

Name Location Coordinates Capacity (MW) Refs
Coleto Creek Fannin 632 [8]
J.T. Deely Bexar County 29°18′25″N 98°19′12″W / 29.30694°N 98.32000°W / 29.30694; -98.32000 (J.T. Deely Power Plant) 871 [8]
Fayette La Grange, in Fayette County 29°55′02″N 97°14′58″W / 29.91722°N 97.24944°W / 29.91722; -97.24944 (Fayette Power Project) 1,625 [9]
Gibbons Creek Grimes County 30°37′9″N 96°4′54″W / 30.61917°N 96.08167°W / 30.61917; -96.08167 (Gibbons Creek Steam Electric Station) 480 [8][10]
Harrington Potter County 35°17′50″N 101°44′51″W / 35.29722°N 101.74750°W / 35.29722; -101.74750 (Harrington Coal Plant) 1,080 -
Limestone Jewett 31°25′27″N 96°15′13″W / 31.42417°N 96.25361°W / 31.42417; -96.25361 (Limestone Coal Plant) 1,706 [11]
Martin Lake Rusk County 32°15′35″N 94°34′13″W / 32.25972°N 94.57028°W / 32.25972; -94.57028 (Martin Lake Power Station) 2,250 [12] [8]
Oak Grove Robertson County 31°10′48″N 96°29′30″W / 31.18000°N 96.49167°W / 31.18000; -96.49167 (Oak Grove Coal Plant) 1,600 [13]
Oklaunion Wilbarger County 34°4′57″N 99°10′34″W / 34.08250°N 99.17611°W / 34.08250; -99.17611 (Oklaunion Coal Plant) 650 [8]
Pirkey Hallsville 32°27′37″N 94°29′11″W / 32.46028°N 94.48639°W / 32.46028; -94.48639 (Pirkey Coal Plant) 721 [8]
Sandy Creek Riesel 31°28′29″N 96°57′23″W / 31.47472°N 96.95639°W / 31.47472; -96.95639 (Sandy Creek Coal Plant) 925 [8]
J.K. Spruce Bexar County 29°18′27″N 98°19′25″W / 29.30750°N 98.32361°W / 29.30750; -98.32361 (J.K. Spruce Coal Plant) 1,444 [8]
Tolk Lamb County 34°11′05″N 102°35′53″W / 34.18472°N 102.59806°W / 34.18472; -102.59806 (Tolk Coal Plant) 1,067 [8]
Twin Oaks Robertson County 31°5′29″N 96°41′34″W / 31.09139°N 96.69278°W / 31.09139; -96.69278 (Twin Oaks Power Station) 350 [14]
W. A. Parish
(units 5 to 8)
Greater Houston 29°28′34″N 95°38′0″W / 29.47611°N 95.63333°W / 29.47611; -95.63333 (W.A. Parish Coal Plant) 2,697 [8]
Welsh Mount Pleasant, Texas 33°03′17″N 94°50′24″W / 33.05472°N 94.84000°W / 33.05472; -94.84000 (J. Robert Welsh Power Plant) 1,056 [8] [15]

Defunct[edit]

Name Location Coordinates Capacity (MW) Decommissioned Refs
Big Brown Freestone County 31°49′14″N 96°03′22″W / 31.82056°N 96.05611°W / 31.82056; -96.05611 (Big Brown Power Plant) 1,150 2018 [16]
Monticello Titus County 33°05′28″N 95°02′17″W / 33.09111°N 95.03806°W / 33.09111; -95.03806 (Monticello Steam Electric Station) 1,980 2018 [8]
Sandow Milam County 30°33′51″N 97°03′50″W / 30.56417°N 97.06389°W / 30.56417; -97.06389 (Sandow Station Coal Plant) 1,137 2018 [8] [17] [18]

Oil-fired peaking stations[edit]

Natural gas[edit]

[19] [20][21]

Name Location Coordinates Capacity (MW) Refs
Antelope Elk Energy Center Abernathy, Texas 33°51′47″N 101°50′35″W / 33.863158°N 101.843109°W / 33.863158; -101.843109 (Antelope Elk Energy Center) 738
Bastrop Energy Center Bastrop County 30°08′46″N 97°33′00″W / 30.146°N 97.55°W / 30.146; -97.55 (Bastrop Energy Center) 540 [21]
Black Hawk 225 [20]
Brazos Valley Fort Bend County 29°28′20″N 95°37′23″W / 29.47222°N 95.62306°W / 29.47222; -95.62306 (Brazos Valley Energy Power Plant) 520 [21]
Channel Energy Center Pasadena 29°43′7″N 95°13′56″W / 29.71861°N 95.23222°W / 29.71861; -95.23222 (Channel Energy Center) 715 [22]
Channelview 29°50′08″N 95°07′27″W / 29.83556°N 95.12417°W / 29.83556; -95.12417 ("Channelview Cogeneration Plant") 830 [23] [21]
Colorado Bend Wharton, Tx 550 [24] [25] [21]
Decker Creek Power Station Austin 30°18′14″N 97°36′43″W / 30.304°N 97.612°W / 30.304; -97.612 (Decker Creek Power Station) 927 [19]
Decordova [20]
Deer Park 29°42′55″N 95°08′10″W / 29.71528°N 95.13611°W / 29.71528; -95.13611 ("Deer Park Energy Center Gas Cogen Plant") 830 [26] [21]
Eagle Mountain [19]
Ennis [20]
Forney Energy Center 32°45′46″N 96°29′00″W / 32.76278°N 96.48333°W / 32.76278; -96.48333 ("Forney Energy Center") 1,784 [27]
Freestone [20]
Frontera 500 [21]
Graham [19]
Gregory 550
Guadalupe 29°37′32″N 98°08′28″W / 29.62556°N 98.14111°W / 29.62556; -98.14111 ("Guadalupe Generating Station") 1,000 [28] [21]
Handley [19]
Hays County 29°46′50″N 97°59′22″W / 29.78056°N 97.98944°W / 29.78056; -97.98944 ("Hays County Gas Plant") 1,100 [29] [21]
Jack County 620 [21]
Jones Generating Station Lubbock County 33°31′27.5″N 101°44′23″W / 33.524306°N 101.73972°W / 33.524306; -101.73972 655 [30]
Knox Lee Power Station Gregg County 32°22′38″N 94°38′29″W / 32.3770976°N 94.6413185°W / 32.3770976; -94.6413185 (Knox Lee Power Station) 501 [31]
Lake Hubbard [19]
Lewis Creek Willis, TX 30.435606, -95.521099
Lost Pines 1 Bastrop County 511 [32]
Magic Valley 771
Midlothian Ellis County 32°25′48″N 97°03′18″W / 32.43000°N 97.05500°W / 32.43000; -97.05500 ("Midlothian Energy Facility") 1,734 [20] [33]
Mountain Creek [19]
Mustang 490 [20]
Odessa Ector Ector County 31°50′16″N 102°19′40″W / 31.83778°N 102.32778°W / 31.83778; -102.32778 (Odessa Ector Generating Station) 1,135 [20] [34]
Oyster Creek 425
Plant X Lamb County 34°09′57″N 102°24′38″W / 34.16583°N 102.41056°W / 34.16583; -102.41056 442
Rio Nogales Seguin, Texas 29°35′36″N 97°58′25″W / 29.59333°N 97.97361°W / 29.59333; -97.97361 800 [21]
Sabine Orange County 30°01′27″N 93°52′30″W / 30.02417°N 93.87500°W / 30.02417; -93.87500 ("Sabine Gas Plant") 2051 [19] [35]
Sam Bertron Harris County 29°43′35″N 95°03′33″W / 29.72639°N 95.05917°W / 29.72639; -95.05917 (Sam Berton Power Plant) [19]
Sam Rayburn 191 [21]
Sam Gideon Bastrop County 608 [36]
Sand Hill Energy Center Travis County 30°12′32″N 97°36′47″W / 30.209°N 97.613°W / 30.209; -97.613 (Sand Hill Energy Center) 570 [21]
Texas City Cogen 450
Thomas C. Ferguson Llano County 30°33′27″N 98°22′20″W / 30.55750°N 98.37222°W / 30.55750; -98.37222 (Thomas C. Ferguson) 540 [37]
W. A. Parish
(units 1 to 4)
Fort Bend County 29°28′34″N 95°38′0″W / 29.47611°N 95.63333°W / 29.47611; -95.63333 (WA Parish) 956
O.W. Sommers Bexar County 29°18′28″N 98°19′26″W / 29.30778°N 98.32389°W / 29.30778; -98.32389 (O.W. Sommers) 892
Wilkes Marion County 32°50′53″N 94°32′52″W / 32.84806°N 94.54778°W / 32.84806; -94.54778 (Wilkes Power Plant) 879
Winchester Power Park Fayette County 176 [38]
Wolf Hollow Hood County 32°20′05″N 97°44′04″W / 32.33472°N 97.73444°W / 32.33472; -97.73444 ("Wolf Hollow Gas Plant") 810 [20] [39]

Defunct[edit]

Name Location Coordinates Capacity (MW) Decommissioned Refs
Paint Creek Haskell County 33°04′46″N 99°34′51″W / 33.07944°N 99.58083°W / 33.07944; -99.58083 ("Paint Creek Power Plant") 218 2002 [40]
P.H. Robinson Galveston County 29°29′15″N 94°58′46″W / 29.48750°N 94.97944°W / 29.48750; -94.97944 ("P.H. Robinson Generating Plant") 2,316 2009 [41]

Hydroelectric dams[edit]

Name Location Type Capacity (MW) Operator Year opened Refs
Amistad Dam Val Verde County, Texas Hydro 132 International Boundary and Water Commission 1969 [42]
Buchanan Dam Colorado River (Texas) Hydro 48 Lower Colorado River Authority 1937 [43]
Denison Dam Bryan County, Oklahoma / Grayson County, Texas Hydro 80 United States Army Corps of Engineers 1945 [44]
Falcon Dam Rio Grande Hydro 63 International Boundary and Water Commission 1954 [45]
Inks Dam Colorado River (Texas) Hydro 15 Lower Colorado River Authority 1938 [46]
Mansfield Dam Colorado River (Texas) Hydro 102 Lower Colorado River Authority 1941 [47]
Sam Rayburn Dam Angelina River Hydro 52 United States Army Corps of Engineers 1966 [48]
Max Starcke Dam Colorado River (Texas) Hydro 41 Lower Colorado River Authority 1951 [49]
Toledo Bend Dam Sabine River (Texas–Louisiana) Hydro 92 Sabine River Authority of Texas 1969 [50]
Tom Miller Dam Colorado River (Texas) Hydro 17 Lower Colorado River Authority 1940 [51]
Whitney Dam Bosque and Hill counties, Texas Hydro 30 United States Army Corps of Engineers 1951 [52]
Wirtz Dam Llano and Burnet counties, Texas Hydro 60 Lower Colorado River Authority 1951 [53]

Wind farms[edit]

Name Location Coordinates Capacity (MW) Refs
Anacacho Wind Farm Kinney 29°11′41″N 100°11′16″W / 29.19472°N 100.18778°W / 29.19472; -100.18778 (Anacacho Wind Farm) 100
Buffalo Gap Wind Farm Nolan and Taylor Counties 32°18′38″N 100°08′57″W / 32.31056°N 100.14917°W / 32.31056; -100.14917 (Buffalo Gap Wind Farm) 523.3
Brazos Wind Farm Scurry County 32°57′00″N 101°08′49″W / 32.95000°N 101.14694°W / 32.95000; -101.14694 (Brazos Wind Ranch) 160 [54]
Camp Springs Energy Center Scurry County 32°43′56″N 100°48′28″W / 32.73222°N 100.80778°W / 32.73222; -100.80778 (Camp Springs Energy Center) 130.5 [54]
Capricorn Ridge Wind Farm Coke and Sterling Counties 31°54′11″N 100°54′04″W / 31.90306°N 100.90111°W / 31.90306; -100.90111 (Capricorn Ridge Wind Farm) 662.5
Desert Sky Wind Farm Pecos County 30°54′57″N 102°6′29″W / 30.91583°N 102.10806°W / 30.91583; -102.10806 (Desert Sky Wind Farm) 160.5 [54]
Elbow Creek Wind Project Howard County 32°12′57″N 101°25′51″W / 32.21583°N 101.43083°W / 32.21583; -101.43083 (Elbow Creek Wind Project) 121.9 [54]
Goat Mountain Wind Ranch Coke and Sterling Counties 31°57′5″N 100°47′55″W / 31.95139°N 100.79861°W / 31.95139; -100.79861 (Goat Mountain) 149.6 [54]
Horse Hollow Wind Energy Center Nolan and Taylor Counties 32°11′24″N 100°01′48″W / 32.19000°N 100.03000°W / 32.19000; -100.03000 (Horse Hollow) 735.5
Keechi Wind Project Jack County 31°31′1″N 95°57′12″W / 31.51694°N 95.95333°W / 31.51694; -95.95333 (Keechi Wind Project) 110
King Mountain Wind Farm Upton County 31°14′16″N 102°14′16″W / 31.23778°N 102.23778°W / 31.23778; -102.23778 (King Mountain Wind Farm) 278.2
Lone Star Wind Farm Shackelford and Callahan Counties 32°16′22″N 99°27′22″W / 32.27278°N 99.45611°W / 32.27278; -99.45611 (Lone Star Wind Farm) 400
Panther Creek Wind Farm Big Spring 31°59′00″N 101°7′00″W / 31.98333°N 101.11667°W / 31.98333; -101.11667 (Panther Creek Wind Farm) 457.5
Peñascal Wind Power Project Kenedy 27°6′44″N 97°32′26″W / 27.11222°N 97.54056°W / 27.11222; -97.54056 (Penascal Wind Farm) 403.2 [54]
Rocksprings Wind Farm Val Verde County Under construction 180
Roscoe Wind Farm Roscoe 32°15′52″N 100°20′39″W / 32.26444°N 100.34417°W / 32.26444; -100.34417 (Roscoe Wind Farm) 781.5
Silver Star Wind Farm Eastland and Erath Counties 32°19′35″N 98°26′3″W / 32.32639°N 98.43417°W / 32.32639; -98.43417 (Silver Star Wind Farm) 60
Spinning Spur Wind Project Oldham and Potter Counties 35°13′37″N 102°12′45″W / 35.22694°N 102.21250°W / 35.22694; -102.21250 (Spinning Spur Wind Project) 516
Sweetwater Wind Farm Nolan County 32°21′33″N 100°21′20″W / 32.35917°N 100.35556°W / 32.35917; -100.35556 (Sweetwater Wind Farm) 585.3
Trent Wind Farm Nolan County 32°25′19″N 100°12′44″W / 32.42194°N 100.21222°W / 32.42194; -100.21222 (Trent Wind Farm) 150
Wildorado Wind Ranch Oldham County 35°18′25″N 102°19′12″W / 35.307°N 102.32°W / 35.307; -102.32 (Wildorado Wind Ranch) 161 [54]

Solar farms[edit]

Name Location Coordinates Capacity (MW) Refs
Alamo 1 San Antonio 30°14′18″N 97°30′31″W / 30.238333°N 97.508611°W / 30.238333; -97.508611 (Alamo 1 Solar Farm) 41 [55]
Alamo 2 San Antonio 4.4 [55]
Alamo 4 Brackettville 39.6 [55]
Alamo 5 Uvalde 95 [55]
Blue Wing Solar Project San Antonio 29°18′25″N 98°24′15″W / 29.306944°N 98.404167°W / 29.306944; -98.404167 (Blue Wing Solar Project) 16.6
Webberville Solar Farm Webberville 30°14′18″N 97°30′31″W / 30.238333°N 97.508611°W / 30.238333; -97.508611 (Webberville Solar Farm) 35 [56]

Solar Thermal[edit]

Name Location Coordinates Capacity Refs

Nuclear plants[edit]

Name Location Coordinates Capacity (MW) Refs
South Texas Project Electric Generating Station Matagorda County 28°47′44″N 96°02′56″W / 28.795556°N 96.048889°W / 28.795556; -96.048889 (South Texas Project Electric Generating Station) 2,500
Comanche Peak Nuclear Power Plant Somervell County 32°17′54″N 97°47′06″W / 32.298333°N 97.785°W / 32.298333; -97.785 (Comanche Peak Nuclear Power Plant) 2,208

Utility companies[edit]

* public utility

Other Energy-related companies in Texas[edit]

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