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Project Overview


Pecan Creek Energy Center is a natural gas fired electric generating project in Nolan County, Texas.

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Project Overview


Pecan Creek Energy Center is a natural gas fired electric generating project in Nolan County, Texas.

PECAN CREEK ENERGY CENTER

NTE Energy is developing and plans to construct, own and operate a 200-300 MW natural gas electric generating peaking facility in Nolan County, Texas. The Pecan Creek Energy Center will utilize a Mitsubishi combustion turbine in simple cycle configuration. This highly efficient design and advanced technology provides up to 270MW in 10 minutes and will be supplied by Mitsubishi Hitachi Power Systems Americas, Inc. (MHPSA). This next-generation electric generating technology, fueled by clean burning natural gas, will operate as a peaking generation facility, providing quick start ups and efficient power for ERCOT.

Project Highlights:

Technology: Simple Cycle utilizing MHPSA advanced Combustion Turbine

Fuel: Natural Gas

Net Output: 200-300 MW

Location: Highway 70, 18 Miles South of Sweetwater, TX

Anticipated Investment: $200 Million

Anticipated Jobs: 100 during Construction | 10-15 during Operation

Anticipated Project Milestones:

Site Secured: 2013

Interconnection Application: Early 2014

Permit Applications: Early 2014

Permits Received: Late 2014

Start of Construction: Late 2014

Commercial Operation Date: Early-Mid 2016

Pecan Creek Energy Center