The project will be a 1650 MW state of the art power plant located in the heart of Utica and Marcellous on a site with considerable gas and electric transmission infrastructure on site.
We searched for months in southeastern Ohio and southwest PA before finding this excellent site in Guernsey County, Ohio.
The people in the community have welcomed us with open arms and have wholeheartedly supported the project for over two years.
We now have all permits and look forward to the financing phase with our partners at Caithness
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Expect an announcement of our newest development in the spring of 2019
Panoche Energy Center is a highly efficient 400 MW peaking / intermediate load generating plant located in Fresno County, California.
Awarded Power Magazine "Top Plant" in 2010
Development of the project originated at Cinergy Solutions in 2005 with two of the partners who would form Apex Power Group on the development team. The project was sold to private equity and Apex completed all development, clearing the way for construction start in 2008.
Permitting, Electrical Interconnection and CPUC applications and approvals were completed within 24 months.
The Kiewit team was awarded the contract to engineer, procure and construct the 400-megawatt simple cycle power plant with four GE LMS100 natural gas-ﬁred combustion turbines.
Apex was able to utilize Kiewit’s vast California project experience for RFO response and development support, working side-by-side with agencies using formal review and approval processes, including the California Energy Commission (CEC).
Pio Pico Energy Center is a highly efficient 300 MW peaking / intermediate load generating plant located in Otay Mesa, California. The project achieved Commercial Operations in 2016 and Power is sold to San Diego Gas and Electric under a long term Power Purchase Agreement
Apex initiated development in response to a Request For Offers from SDG&E in 2009. Power Purchase agreement was signed in February 2011. CEC issued final permit in September 2012. Construction was expected to begin in March 2013.
CPUC initially rejected the contract with SDG&E- Ultimately final approval was received in early 2015 after a two year delay.
The Kiewit team was awarded the contract to engineer, procure and construct the 300-megawatt simple cycle power plant with three GE LMS100 natural gas-ﬁred combustion turbines.