Mississauga Cogeneration Plant

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Mississauga Cogeneration Plant
Mississauga Cogeneration Plant is located in Canada
Mississauga Cogeneration Plant
Location of Mississauga Cogeneration Plant
Country Canada
Location Mississauga, Ontario
Status Operational
Commission date 1992
Owner(s) TransAlta (50%)
Thermal power station
Primary fuel natural gas
Cogeneration? yes
Power generation
Units operational 2 × LM6000 PC gas turbines
1 × steam turbine
Nameplate capacity 122 MW

Mississauga Cogeneration Plant is a natural gas power station partially owned by TransAlta and located within Toronto Pearson International Airport. The plant is primarily used to supply steam and power to nearby industrial clients with surplus power sold onto the Ontario grid.[1] From 1992 to 2007, it supplied thermal energy to the McDonnell Douglas and later Boeing aircraft parts plant.[2]

The plant is located across near Airport Road and Derry Road next to the former Boeing aircraft plant (now demolished).

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Coordinates: 43°41′52.94″N 79°38′32.88″W / 43.6980389°N 79.6424667°W / 43.6980389; -79.6424667