Reo Town Power Plant
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Client: Lansing Board of Water and Light
Location: Lansing, Michigan

POWER Engineers provided engineering, design, and procurement for a new combined cycle cogeneration facility, which will produce 300,000 pounds per hour of steam and 110 MW of electrical power. The Reo Town Plant will replace the steam production capability of the current Moores Park facility with a new natural gas fired combined cycle cogeneration facility and will include a solar panel array and wind turbines on the facility’s roofs.

The plant’s awards currently include:

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