Meridian Power Station

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Meridian Power Station
CountryCanada
LocationWilton No. 472,
near Lloydminster, Saskatchewan
Coordinates53°15′34″N 109°57′04″W / 53.2594°N 109.9511°W / 53.2594; -109.9511
StatusOperational
Commission date1999
Owner(s)TransAlta
Husky Energy
Thermal power station
Primary fuelNatural gas
TypeSteam turbine
Power generation
Nameplate capacity220 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.

Description[edit]

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