The Enecogen Plant is a natural gas fired combined cycle plant with a capacity of 870 megawatts that produces power for up to 1.4 million Dutch homes. Enecogen is the most efficient gas-fired power plant in the Netherlands and one of the most efficient in Europe. The plant went into commercial operation in January 2012. CCI acquired a 50% ownership stake in Enecogen in July 2018.
MaasStroom Energie C.V.
The MaasStroom Plant is a 426 megawatt natural gas fired combined cycle power plant that uses a Siemens SGT5-4000F turbine in single shaft configuration, making it one of the most efficient gas fired power plants in the Netherlands. The facility supplies power into the TenneT grid, which manages the high-voltage grid in the Netherlands and large parts of Germany. CCI acquired MaasStroom in June 2017.
Bizkaia Energía is a 786 megawatt natural gas-fired combined cycle plant located in Amorebieta, the Basque Country, Spain. The Amorebieta-Boroa plant uses two General Electric 9FA gas turbines and one Alstom steam turbine, making it one of the most efficient gas-fired power plants in the Iberian Peninsula. CCI acquired Bizkaia Energía in February 2020. In December 2020, CCI announced that it is backing the first green hydrogen project in Europe co-located at the Amorebieta-Boroa plant.
Roseton Generation Station
The Roseton generating station is a dual fuel-fired 1,242 megawatt nameplate facility using tangentially fired Combustion Engineering steam boilers and GE 3600 RPM turbines and is capable of running on both natural gas and fuel oil. The facility supplies power into the NYISO Zone G market / Lower Hudson Valley capacity zone. Roseton is located 43 miles north of New York City.
Rensselaer Cogeneration Plant
The Rensselaer Cogeneration Plant is a 104 megawatt nameplate capacity electric power generation combined cycle facility located near Albany, New York. The facility uses a Westinghouse combustion turbine, Zurn heat recovery steam generator, and a Mitsubishi steam turbine, and has dual-fuel capability using natural gas or fuel oil. Rensselaer interconnects into the New York Independent System Operator in Zone F.
Wichita Falls Cogeneration Plant
The Wichita Falls Cogeneration Plant is strategically located in Wichita County, Texas near the fast-growing Dallas/Fort Worth metropolitan area. Wichita Falls is a 77 megawatt electric power generation facility using GE gas combustion turbines with associated heat recovery steam generators and an ABB steam generator. Wichita Falls supplies power into the ERCOT market during periods of peak demand and/or supply volatility. The facility was awarded with the 2014 Certificate of Recognition by the City of Wichita Falls, Texas for its achievements in environmental excellence including pollution prevention, waste minimization, and water conservation.