Reliable power: The Napanee Generating Station will ensure greater reliability of Ontario’s electrical system by replacing retired coal and nuclear capacity, supporting nuclear refurbishment and providing a source of on-demand power to backstop wind and solar resources. The Napanee Ge
In 2013, TransCanada established a committee of local stakeholders to ensure that the community had an opportunity to help determine architectural and landscaping priorities and colour schemes for NGS. Committee members established screening of the plant from neighbours and Highway 33
Capacity 900 MW Configuration Combined Cycle (2) 271 MW gas turbine/generator sets 457 MW steam turbine/generator set Construction Schedule 32 month construction period beginning in early 2015 In-Service Date early 2018 Fuel Natural Gas Employment Construction – Trades- 550 to 6
The proposed Napanee Generating Station is a 900-megawatt (MW), combined cycle, natural gas-fuelled electricity generating station located in the Town of Greater Napanee, County of Lennox and Addington, in Ontario.
The Napanee Generating Station will be designed as a flexible system resource able to be started and stopped daily and to vary its output to bridge the gap between Ontario’s electricity demand and the other available generating resources.