Noblesville Combined Cycle Power Station is a 283MW gas fired power project. It is located in Indiana, the US. According to GlobalData, who tracks and profiles over 170,000 power plants worldwide, the project is currently active. It has been developed in multiple phases. Post completion of construction, the project got commissioned in September 1950. Buy the profile here.

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Description

The project is currently owned by Duke Energy Indiana with a stake of 100%.

It is a Combined Cycle Gas Turbine (CCGT) power plant that is used for Peakload. The fuel is procured from Panhandle Eastern Pipe Line.

The project generated 1,080,747MWh of electricity.

The Gas fired project consists of 2 steam turbines, each with 50MW nameplate capacity.

Development status

The project got commissioned in September 1950.

Contractors involved

GE Power was selected as the turbine supplier for the Gas fired project. The company provided 3 units of 6F.03 gas turbines, each with 61MW nameplate capacity.

Amec Foster Wheeler supplied steam boiler for the project.

Amec Foster Wheeler supplied steam boiler for the project.

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This content was updated on 14 May 2024

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This information is drawn from GlobalData’s Power Intelligence Center, which provides detailed profiles of over 170,000 active, planned and under construction power plants worldwide from announcement through to operation across all technologies and countries worldwide.