List of power stations in Florida Article

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The following page lists power stations in the U.S. state of Florida.

In 2016 the net capacity of all utility and independent power producers in Florida was 58.4 GW and the net generation was 238,262 GWh. [1] Major producers of power in Florida include Florida Power & Light, Duke Energy, JEA, and TECO Energy.

Power stations

Name Location Capacity ( MW) Owner Type Links
Turkey Point Nuclear Generating Station Homestead 2819 FPL 5 Units: 2 Gas/Oil (decommissioned), 2 Nuclear, 1 combined-cycle gas-fired [2]
Crystal River Energy Complex Crystal River 2276 Progress Energy 5 units: Units 1&2 Coal. Unit 3 Nuclear (Closed). Units 4&5 Coal. [3]
Martin Next Generation Solar Energy Center Indiantown 3699 FPL 5-Unit: 1 Gas/Oil/Solar/Thermal, 2 Gas, 2 Gas/Oil

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Manatee Parrish 2759 FPL 3 Units : 1 Gas, 2 Gas/Oil [2]
West County Energy Center West Palm Beach 3657 FPL 3 Units Gas/Oil [2]
Space Coast Cocoa 10 FPL 1 Unit Solar PV [2]
Sanford Lake Monroe 2010 FPL 2 4x1 Units Gas [2]
Big Bend Power Station Apollo Beach 2000 TECO 4-Unit Coal, 3-Unit Combustion Turbine Peaking [4]
Hines Energy Complex Bartow 1912 Progress Energy 4-Unit Combined Cycle
Stanton Energy Center Orlando 1859 Orlando Utilities Commission, Southern Power, others Unit A&B Combined Cycle, Units 1&2 Coal, 6 MW Solar farm [5] [6] [7]
H.L. Culbreath Bay Side Tampa 1800 TECO Natural Gas [8]
Fort Myers Fort Myers 2378 FPL Combine Cycle (6 x 2) 2 Peaking Units : 2 Gas/Oil, [2]
St. Lucie Nuclear Power Plant Hutchinson Island 1821 FPL, Orlando Utilities Commission, Florida Municipal Power Agency 2 Units Nuclear [2]
Seminole Generating Station Palatka 1300 Seminole Electric Cooperative Units 1&2 Coal [9]
St Johns River Power Park (SJRPP) Jacksonville 1264 FPL, JEA 2-Unit Coal/Petroleum Coke(Closed). [10]
Northside Generating Station Jacksonville 1270 JEA Natural Gas/Oil/Coal 3-Unit Steam, 4-Unit Diesel Peaking
Port Everglades - repowered 2014 Port Everglades 412 FPL 12 Unit Gas/Oil - repowered to 1 3x1 Gas/Oil unit [2]
Bartow St. Petersburg 1133 Progress Energy Combined Cycle (4 Gas, 1 Steam Turbine) & 4 Combustion Turbines [11]
Anclote Holiday 1013 Progress Energy 2-Unit Natural Gas Steam [12]
Intercession City Intercession City 980 Progress Energy 14-Unit Combustion Turbine
Lansing Smith Panama City 890 Gulf Power Company 4-Unit Fossil [13]
C.D. McIntosh Power Plant Lakeland 941 Lakeland Electric Coal
Polk Power Plant 940 TECO Energy Unit 1 Integrated Coal Gasification Combined-Cycle, Units 2&3 Gas/Oil Combustion Turbine, Units 4&5 Natural Gas [14]
James F. Crist Pensacola 930 Gulf Power Company 4-Unit Fossil [13]
Lauderdale Dania 1708 FPL 2(2x1 Combine Cycle) with 2 Units maGas/Oil [2]
Cape Canaveral Cocoa 1210 FPL Unit 1 (3X1 Combine Cycle)Gas/Oil [2]
Indian River Power Plant Titusville 639 Orlando Utilities Commission Converted to natural gas, waiting state approval to operate in 2015 [15]
DeBary DeBary 642 Progress Energy 10-Unit Combustion Turbine [16]
Osprey Energy Center Auburndale 600 CPN 1-Unit: combined-cycle [17]
Riviera Riviera Beach 1212 FPL 1 Unit Gas/Oil (3x1 Combine Cycle) [2]
Brandy Branch Generating Station Jacksonville 540 JEA 2-Unit Natural Gas Combustion Turbine
Arvah B. Hopkins Power Plant Tallahassee 504 City of Tallahassee 2-Unit Fossil Steam [18]
Payne Creek Generating Station Wauchula 350 Seminole Electric Cooperative Gas-Fired Combined Cycle
Smith 340 Gulf Power
Kennedy Generating Station Jacksonville 335 JEA 1-Unit Oil/Gas Combustion Turbine, 3 peaking units
Deerhaven Generating Station Gainesville 317 Gainesville Regional Utilities Unit 1 Natural Gas/Oil, Unit 2 Coal.
Treasure Coast Energy Center Fort Pierce 300 Fort Pierce Power Authority 1-Unit Natural Gas [19]
Santa Rosa Energy Center Auburndale 235 CPN 1-Unit: combined-cycle [20]
Suwannee Live Oak 284 Progress Energy 3-Unit Oil-fired Steam, 3-Unit Combustion Turbine
Sam O. Purdom Unit 8 St. Marks 250 City of Tallahassee Combined Cycle [21]
Tiger Bay Fort Meade 205 Progress Energy 1-Unit Combined Cycle
Bayboro St. Petersburg 174 Progress Energy 4-Unit Combustion Turbine
George E. Turner Power Plant Enterprise 147 Progress Energy Combustion Turbine
Vero Beach 117 Vero Beach Municipal Utilities
Higgins Oldsmar 114 Progress Energy 4-Unit Combustion Turbine
Larsen Memorial 76 Lakeland Dept Electric
Tom G. Smith Lake Worth 74 Lake Worth Utilities Gas
Avon Park Avon Park 48 Progress Energy 2-Unit Combustion Turbine
University of Florida Cogeneration Gainesville 46 Progress Energy 1-Unit Combustion Turbine
J.H. Phillips Sebring 36 TECO 2-Unit Oil-fired [22]
DeSoto Next Generation Solar Energy Center Arcadia
27°19′N 81°48′W / 27.317°N 81.800°W / 27.317; -81.800 (DeSoto Next Generation Solar Energy Center)
25 FPL 1 Unit Solar PV [2]
Pea Ridge Pea Ridge 15 Gulf Power Company [13]
Rio Pinar Orlando 12 Progress Energy Oil-Fired Peaker 1-Unit Combustion Turbine
C.H. Corn Lake Talquin 12 City of Tallahassee Hydroelectric [23]
Covanta Lee Fort Myers 57.4 Covanta / Lee County Two 600 ton-per-day (TPD) waterwall furnaces and one 636 TPD with Martin® reverse-reciprocating grates and ash handling system

Power station units

Power plant Unit number Fuel type Model type Capacity ( MW) Status
Turkey Point Nuclear Generating Station 1 Fossil fuel oil and natural gas 404 Decommissioned
Turkey Point Nuclear Generating Station 2 Fossil fuel oil and natural gas 404 Decommissioned
Turkey Point Nuclear Generating Station 3 Nuclear Westinghouse 3-loop 802 Active
Turkey Point Nuclear Generating Station 4 Nuclear Westinghouse 3-loop 802 Active
Turkey Point Nuclear Generating Station 5 Fossil fuel combined-cycle natural gas turbine 1150 Active
Turkey Point Nuclear Generating Station 6 Nuclear AP1000 1117 Planned
Turkey Point Nuclear Generating Station 7 Nuclear AP1000 1117 Planned
Martin Next Generation Solar Energy Center 1 Fossil fuel oil and natural gas 800 Active
Martin Next Generation Solar Energy Center 2 Fossil fuel oil and natural gas 800 Active
Martin Next Generation Solar Energy Center 3 Fossil fuel natural gas 500 Active
Martin Next Generation Solar Energy Center 4 Fossil fuel natural gas 500 Active
Martin Next Generation Solar Energy Center 8 Fossil fuel natural gas 1150 Active
West County Energy Center 1 Fossil fuel combined-cycle natural gas turbine 1250 Active
West County Energy Center 2 Fossil fuel combined-cycle natural gas turbine 1250 Active
West County Energy Center 3 Fossil fuel combined-cycle natural gas turbine 1250 Active
DeSoto Next Generation Solar Energy Center 1 Solar 90,000+ SunPower solar panels on 235 acres 25 Active

Further information about energy in Florida

In 2016, the average price of electricity in Florida was 9.91 cents per kWh, ranking 21st-highest in the United States. The carbon dioxide produced was 1,019 lbs per MWh, ranking 28th in the United States. [1]

In March 2015, the average price of electricity for residential use was 11.63 cents per kWh. [24]

See also

Notes

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