Meridian Power Station

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Meridian Power Station
Meridian Power Station is located in Canada
Meridian Power Station
Location of Meridian Power Station
Country Canada
Location Wilton No. 472,
near Lloydminster, Saskatchewan
Status Operational
Commission date 1999
Owner(s) TransAlta
Husky Energy
Thermal power station
Primary fuel Natural Gas
Type Steam turbine
Cogeneration? yes
Power generation
Nameplate capacity 220 MW

Meridian Power Station is a natural gas-fired station owned by TransAlta and Husky Energy, located just southeast of Lloydminster, Saskatchewan, Canada. The station is operated by TransAlta Cogeneration.

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The station is operated as a cogeneration plant supplying electricity to Saskatchewan Grid under contract to SaskPower and steam to the Husky's Lloydminster heavy oil upgrader and the Husky Lloydminster Ethanol Plant.[1]

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Coordinates: 53°15′34″N 109°57′04″W / 53.25944°N 109.95111°W / 53.25944; -109.95111