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Springerville Generating Station, Arizona, USA

Start of construction

February 2007 (Unit 4)

Start of operation

1985 (Unit 1), 1990 (Unit 2), 2006 (Unit 3), 2009 (Unit 4)

Output

380MW (Units 1 and 2) <br /> 400MW (Units 3 and 4)

Plant type

Coal-fired

Location

Springerville, Arizona, US

Estimated investment

&#36;939m (Unit 3) <br /> &#36;650m (Unit 4)

Employment

About 1,200 people were employed during Unit 4 construction

Plant owner

TEP (Units 1 and 2), Tri-State Generation &amp; Transmission (Unit 3), and SRP (Unit 4)

Operator

Tucson Electric Power (TEP)

Project contractor (Unit 3)

Bechtel

Other contractors (Unit 4)

Washington Group International (architect/engineer), Champion (concrete supply), Shurtleff &amp; Andrews Corp. (structural steel erection), Kiewit Western (substructures), International Cooling Tower (cooling tower),

Foster Wheeler (boiler), The Industrial Company (mechanical and electrical equipment)

Power supplied to

Tucson Electric Power (TEP), Tri-State Generation &amp; Transmission, and the Salt River Project (SRP)

Boilers

Foster Wheeler (Unit 4)

Water source

Well water

Fuel

Low-sulphur coal

Construction completion

Dec 2009
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