Industrial Power Generating Company
Industrial Power Generating Company (“INGENCO”), owns, designs, develops, constructs, and operates landfill gas-to-electricity and distributed generation facilities. INGENCO currently owns and operates 160 MW of capacity across 18 facilities located in the U.S. mid-Atlantic region. In addition to selling energy, capacity, and renewable energy credits to PJM, INGENCO also sells electric power under several long-term off-take contracts.
Landfill gas is a natural byproduct of the decomposition of organic material. According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, landfill gas contains roughly 50 to 55 percent methane, which is a potent greenhouse gas with a global warming potential that is 25 times greater than carbon dioxide. Landfill gas-to-electricity generators, such as INGENCO, convert landfill gas into electricity, resulting in environmental benefits by reducing the release of methane into the atmosphere.
CCI acquired INGENCO in 2015. For more information please visit the INGENCO website.
The Roseton generating station is a dual fuel-fired 1,242 megawatt nameplate facility using tangentially fired Combustion Engineering steam boilers and GE 3600 RPM turbines and is capable of running on both natural gas and fuel oil. The facility supplies power into the NYISO Zone G market / Lower Hudson Valley capacity zone. Roseton is located 43 miles north of New York City.
CCI acquired Roseton in 2013.
Rensselaer Cogeneration Plant
The Rensselaer Cogeneration Plant is a 104 megawatt nameplate capacity electric power generation combined cycle facility located near Albany, New York. The facility uses a Westinghouse combustion turbine, Zurn heat recovery steam generator, and a Mitsubishi steam turbine, and has dual-fuel capability using natural gas or fuel oil. Rensselaer interconnects into the New York Independent System Operator in Zone F.
CCI acquired Rensselaer in 2012.
Wichita Falls Cogeneration Plant
The Wichita Falls Cogeneration Plant is strategically located in Wichita County, Texas near the fast-growing Dallas/Fort Worth metropolitan area. Wichita Falls is a 77 megawatt electric power generation facility using GE gas combustion turbines with associated heat recovery steam generators and an ABB steam generator. Wichita Falls supplies power into the ERCOT market during periods of peak demand and/or supply volatility. The facility was awarded with the 2014 Certificate of Recognition by the City of Wichita Falls, Texas for its achievements in environmental excellence including pollution prevention, waste minimization, and water conservation.
CCI acquired Wichita Falls in 2012.