List of power stations in Wisconsin

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Wisconsin Electricity Generation Sources (Distributed solar is not included.) [1]

This is a list of electricity-generating power stations in Wisconsin, sorted by type and name.

Nuclear power stations[edit]

Plant Location Coords. Notes
Kewaunee Nuclear Generating Station Carlton, Wisconsin 44°20′34″N 87°32′13″W / 44.34291°N 87.53695°W / 44.34291; -87.53695 Closed
La Crosse Boiling Water Reactor Genoa, Wisconsin 43°33′36″N 91°13′53″W / 43.56006°N 91.23148°W / 43.56006; -91.23148 Closed
Point Beach Nuclear Generating Station Two Rivers, Wisconsin 44°16′55″N 87°32′10″W / 44.28181°N 87.53599°W / 44.28181; -87.53599

Coal-fired[edit]

Plant Location Coords. Notes
Alma Generating Station Alma, Wisconsin 44°18′30″N 91°54′39″W / 44.30833°N 91.91083°W / 44.30833; -91.91083 [2]
Columbia Energy Center Portage, Wisconsin 43°29′10″N 89°25′13″W / 43.48611°N 89.42028°W / 43.48611; -89.42028
Edgewater Generating Station Sheboygan, Wisconsin 43°42′56″N 87°42′23″W / 43.71556°N 87.70639°W / 43.71556; -87.70639
E. J. Stoneman Generating Station Cassville, Wisconsin 42°42′30″N 90°59′5″W / 42.70833°N 90.98472°W / 42.70833; -90.98472 Closed 2015. Briefly operated
burning Bio-Mass Fuel[3][4]
Genoa Generating Station Genoa, Wisconsin 43°33′33″N 91°13′55″W / 43.55917°N 91.23194°W / 43.55917; -91.23194 [5]
John P. Madgett Generating Station Alma, Wisconsin 44°18′11″N 91°54′45″W / 44.30306°N 91.91250°W / 44.30306; -91.91250 [6]
Nelson Dewey Generating Station Cassville, Wisconsin 42°43′21″N 91°0′31″W / 42.72250°N 91.00861°W / 42.72250; -91.00861 Closed 2015.[3][7]
Pleasant Prairie Power Plant (P4) Pleasant Prairie, Wisconsin 42°32′17″N 87°54′17″W / 42.53806°N 87.90472°W / 42.53806; -87.90472 [8]
J. P. Pulliam Generating Station Green Bay, Wisconsin 44°32′24″N 88°00′31″W / 44.54000°N 88.00861°W / 44.54000; -88.00861
Oak Creek Power Plant Oak Creek, Wisconsin 42°50′40″N 87°49′43″W / 42.84444°N 87.82861°W / 42.84444; -87.82861 [[9]
Weston Generating Station Rothschild, Wisconsin 44°51′31″N 89°38′59″W / 44.85861°N 89.64972°W / 44.85861; -89.64972 [10]

Gas-fired (or combined gas/coal)[edit]

Plant Location Coords. Notes
Blackhawk Generating Station Beloit, Wisconsin 42°30′23″N 89°1′56″W / 42.50639°N 89.03222°W / 42.50639; -89.03222
Blount Generating Station Madison, Wisconsin 43°4′45″N 89°22′27″W / 43.07917°N 89.37417°W / 43.07917; -89.37417 [1]
Concord Generating Station Watertown, Wisconsin 43°10′5″N 88°41′13″W / 43.16806°N 88.68694°W / 43.16806; -88.68694 [2]
Fox Energy Center Town of Kaukauna, Wisconsin [3] [4] [5]
Germantown Power Plant Germantown, Wisconsin 43°11′46″N 88°9′1″W / 43.19611°N 88.15028°W / 43.19611; -88.15028 [6]
Paris Generating Station Town of Paris, near Union Grove, Wisconsin 42°39′57″N 88°00′47″W / 42.66583°N 88.01306°W / 42.66583; -88.01306 [7]
Port Washington Generating Station Port Washington, Wisconsin 43°58′37″N 87°52′12″W / 43.97694°N 87.87000°W / 43.97694; -87.87000 [8]
Riverside Energy Center Town of Beloit, Wisconsin 42°34′58″N 89°2′7″W / 42.58278°N 89.03528°W / 42.58278; -89.03528 [9]
RockGen Energy Center Town of Christiana, Wisconsin 42°58′37″N 89°2′55″W / 42.97694°N 89.04861°W / 42.97694; -89.04861 [10]
Rock River Generating Station Town of Beloit, Wisconsin 42°34′55″N 89°1′39″W / 42.58194°N 89.02750°W / 42.58194; -89.02750
Valley Power Plant Milwaukee, Wisconsin 43°1′47″N 87°55′26″W / 43.02972°N 87.92389°W / 43.02972; -87.92389 [11]
West Campus Cogeneration Facility Madison, Wisconsin [12]
Wheaton Generating Plant Town of Wheaton, Wisconsin 44°53′9″N 91°30′57″W / 44.88583°N 91.51583°W / 44.88583; -91.51583 [13]
Whitewater Cogen Whitewater, Wisconsin 42°51′19″N 88°43′48″W / 42.85528°N 88.73000°W / 42.85528; -88.73000 [11]

Wind farms[edit]

Name Location Coords. Notes
Blue Sky Green Field Wind Farm towns of Marshfield and Calumet in Fond du Lac County [12]
Forward Wind Energy Center Around Brownsville, Wisconsin 43°37′1″N 88°29′28″W / 43.61694°N 88.49111°W / 43.61694; -88.49111 [13]
Shirley Wind Town of Glenmore in Brown County [14]

Petroleum-fired[edit]

Hydro-electric[edit]

Hydro-electric power stations

  • WE Energies operates 13 hydro facilities, totaling 89 MW.[17]


References[edit]

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