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Tenaska Generation is an industry leader with unmatched performance and a proven history of safety and operational excellence. Our managed fleet consists of more than 7,700 megawatts (MW) of generation at 18 facilities in 10 states, supported by natural gas, wind and solar power production.

As a physical asset owner, we have decades of experience in managing the ever-changing energy landscape. Our team has extensive knowledge in strategic planning, commercial optimization, plant operations, technical services, engineering, risk management and financial structuring.

The efficiency of our operations is unparalleled. Our engineering expertise underpins our ability to reliably provide energy when the market needs it the most.

We are committed to ensuring our assets are high performing and safe. Year after year our fleet is recognized for going beyond what’s expected, evident in our participation in the U.S. Department of Labor Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s (OSHA) Voluntary Protection Program (VPP) and the National Safety Council (NSC).

More than 73% of our fleet has achieved and maintains VPP Star status, and many of our natural gas power generating facilities receive annual awards and recognitions from the NSC for safe and responsible operations.

Among the lowest

fleetwide average emission rates for U.S. fossil-fueled plants

7,700 MW

generation managed

20 National Safety Council awards

received in 2023

73% of Tenaska’s operating fleet

has achieved and currently maintains VPP Star status

Community investment

Tenaska strives to make a positive impact. We take our corporate citizenship seriously and hold ourselves accountable to support and strengthen the communities where our facilities are located. We take the time to build relationships and work diligently to understand local interests and needs.

In addition to the significant tax revenue and other economic benefits our facilities provide, we share our success with the communities where we live and work by supporting local schools and students through Tenaska Scholarship programs. We also provide essential resources to local first responders, volunteer and are actively engaged in our communities.

$14.7 million

tax revenue paid in 2023 to local governments and schools

$1 million+

scholarships provided to college-bound students

Plants and
projects

Encompassing natural gas, wind and solar, the Tenaska Generation fleet consists of 7,700 MW throughout the U.S.

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Developed/owned/operated natural gas plants

  • Tenaska Frontier Generating Station*

    ERCOT/MISO

    Shiro, Texas

    Size: 830 MW
    Primary fuel source: Natural gas
    Commercial operation: 2000
    Owner: Tenaska Frontier Partners, Ltd.

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  • Tenaska Gateway Generating Station*

    ERCOT/SPP

    Mt. Enterprise, Texas

    Size: 845 MW
    Primary fuel source: Natural gas
    Commercial operation: 2001
    Owner: Tenaska Gateway Partners, Ltd.

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  • Tenaska Georgia Generating Station

    SERC

    Franklin, Georgia

    Size: 945 MW
    Primary fuel source: Natural gas
    Commercial operation: Phase 1: 2001; Phase 2: 2002
    Owner: Tenaska Georgia Partners, L.P.

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  • Tenaska Kiamichi Generating Station*

    ERCOT/SPP

    Kiowa, Oklahoma

    Size: 1,220 MW
    Primary fuel source: Natural gas
    Commercial operation: 2003
    Owner: Kiowa Power Partners, LLC

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  • Tenaska Lindsay Hill Generating Station

    SERC

    Billingsley, Alabama

    Size: 859 MW
    Primary fuel source: Natural gas
    Commercial operation: 2002
    Owner: Tenaska Alabama Partners, L.P.

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  • Tenaska Virginia Generating Station

    PJM

    Scottsville, Virginia

    Size: 940 MW
    Primary fuel source: Natural gas
    Commercial operation: 2004
    Owner: Tenaska Virginia Partners, L.P.

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  • Tenaska Westmoreland Generating Station

    PJM

    Smithton, Pennsylvania

    Size: 940 MW
    Primary fuel source: Natural gas
    Commercial operation: 2018
    Owner: Tenaska Pennsylvania Partners, LLC

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Owned/operated natural gas plants

  • Alpaca Energy LLC

    PJM

    Bradford County, Pennsylvania

    Size: 21.7 MW
    Primary fuel source: Natural gas
    Commercial operation: 2017
    Owner: Tenaska Distributed Generation Holdings, LLC
    Acquired: 2023

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  • Beaver Dam Energy LLC

    PJM

    Bradford County, Pennsylvania

    Size: 21.8 MW
    Primary fuel source: Natural gas
    Commercial operation: 2016
    Owner: Tenaska Distributed Generation Holdings, LLC
    Acquired: 2023

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  • Berkshire Power Company

    ISO-NE

    Agawam, Massachusetts

    Size: 229 MW
    Primary fuel source: Natural gas
    Commercial operation: 2000
    Owner: Berkshire Power Company

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  • Milan Energy LLC

    PJM

    Bradford County, Pennsylvania

    Size: 21.7 MW
    Primary fuel source: Natural gas
    Commercial operation: 2017
    Owner: Tenaska Distributed Generation Holdings, LLC
    Acquired: 2023

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  • Oxbow Creek Energy LLC

    PJM

    Wyoming County, Pennsylvania

    Size: 21.8 MW
    Primary fuel source: Natural gas
    Commercial operation: 2019
    Owner: Tenaska Distributed Generation Holdings, LLC
    Acquired: 2023

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  • Roundtop Energy LLC

    PJM

    Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania

    Size: 21.8 MW
    Primary fuel source: Natural gas
    Commercial operation: 2015
    Owner: Tenaska Distributed Generation Holdings, LLC
    Acquired: 2023

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  • Wolf Run Energy LLC

    PJM

    Bradford County, Pennsylvania

    Size: 21.8 MW
    Primary fuel source: Natural gas
    Commercial operation: 2019
    Owner: Tenaska Distributed Generation Holdings, LLC
    Acquired: 2023

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Developed/owned/managed solar facilities

  • Tenaska Imperial Solar Energy Center South

    CAISO

    Calexico, California

    Size: 130 MW
    Primary fuel source: Solar
    Commercial operation: 2013
    Owner: CSOLAR IV South, LLC

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  • Tenaska Imperial Solar Energy Center West

    CAISO

    Seeley, California

    Size: 150 MW
    Primary fuel source: Solar
    Commercial operation: 2016
    Owner: CSOLAR IV West, LLC

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Developed/owned/managed wind facilities

  • Nobles 2 Wind Project

    MISO

    Wilmont, Minnesota

    Size: 250 MW
    Primary fuel source: Wind
    Commercial operation: 2020
    Owner: Nobles 2 Power Partners, LLC

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  • Tenaska Clear Creek Energy Center

    MISO

    Maryville, Missouri

    Size: 242 MW
    Primary fuel source: Wind
    Commercial operation: 2020
    Owner: Tenaska Clear Creek Wind, LLC

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Renewable investments

  • Bird Machine Solar Farms, LLC

    ISO-NE

    Walpole, Massachusetts

    Size: 3 MW
    Primary fuel source: Solar

  • Coniglio Solar, LLC

    ERCOT

    Wolfe City, Texas

    Size: 124 MW
    Primary fuel source: Solar

  • Elkhorn Ridge Wind, LLC

    SPP

    Bloomfield, Nebraska

    Size: 79 MW
    Primary fuel source: Wind

  • Fort Bend Holding, LLC

    ERCOT

    Needville, Texas

    Size: 240 MW
    Primary fuel source: Solar
    Commercial operation: 2023
    Owner: Tenaska Fort Bend Holdings, LLC

  • Galloway 2 Solar Partnership, LLC

    ERCOT

    Paint Rock, Texas

    Size: 110 MW
    Primary fuel source: Solar
    Commercial operation: 2023
    Owner: Tenaska Galloway II Holdings, LLC

  • High Point Holding, LLC

    PJM

    Lena, Illinois

    Size: 100 MW
    Primary fuel source: Solar
    Commercial operation: 2023
    Owner: Tenaska High Point Holdings, LLC

  • Iron Horse Solar 1, LLC

    ISO-NE

    Billerica, Massachusetts

    Size: 3 MW
    Primary fuel source: Solar

  • Lotus Solar Partnership, LLC

    CAISO

    Madera, California

    Size: 50 MW
    Primary fuel source: Solar

  • Soltage – SFS 430 Hartford, LLC

    ISO-NE

    Hartford, Connecticut

    Size: 4 MW
    Primary fuel source: Solar

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Other developed projects

  • Bolivia Generating Stations**

    La Paz, Bolivia

    Size: 91 MW
    Primary fuel source: Hydro

  • Cleburne Cogeneration Station

    ERCOT

    Cleburne, Texas

    Size: 263 MW
    Primary fuel source: Natural gas

  • Frederickson Generation Station

    WECC

    Frederickson, Washington

    Size: 248 MW
    Primary fuel source: Natural gas

  • Kings Point

    MISO

    Golden City, Missouri

    Size: 150 MW
    Primary fuel source: Wind

  • Lakefield Juntion

    MISO

    Trimont, Minnesota

    Size: 534 MW
    Primary fuel source: Natural gas

  • North Fork Ridge

    SPP

    Nashville, Missouri

    Size: 150 MW
    Primary fuel source: Wind

  • Tenaska Central Alabama Generating Station

    SERC

    Billingsley, Alabama

    Size: 885 MW
    Primary fuel source: Natural gas

  • Tenaska Ferndale Cogeneration Station

    WECC

    Ferndale, Washington

    Size: 270 MW
    Primary fuel source: Natural gas

  • Tenaska Paris Cogeneration Station

    SPP

    Paris, Texas

    Size: 224 MW
    Primary fuel source: Natural gas

  • Uch Power Project**

    Balochistan Province, Pakistan

    Size: 586 MW
    Primary fuel source: Natural gas

  • Union Solar

    PJM

    Union County, Ohio

    Size: 325 MW
    Primary fuel source: Solar

  • Wistaria Ranch Solar Energy Center

    WECC

    El Centro, California

    Size: 250 MW
    Primary fuel source: Solar

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Generating facilities acquired & divested

  • Armstrong Energy Limited Partnership

    PJM

    Shelocta, Pennsylvania

    Size: 625 MW
    Primary fuel source: Natural gas
    Acquired: 2007
    Fully realized: 2008

  • Astoria Generating Station

    NYISO

    Queens, New York

    Size: 1,335 MW
    Primary fuel source: Natural gas
    Acquired: 2013
    Fully realized: 2015

  • Big Sandy Peaker Plant

    PJM

    Kenova, West Virginia

    Size: 300 MW
    Primary fuel source: Natural gas
    Acquired: 2006

  • Calumet Energy Team

    PJM

    Chicago, Illinois

    Size: 325 MW
    Primary fuel source: Natural gas
    Acquired: 2005
    Fully realized: 2008

  • Commonwealth Chesapeake Company

    PJM

    New Church, Virginia

    Size: 315 MW
    Primary fuel source: Fuel oil
    Acquired: 2005
    Fully realized: 2008

  • Crete Energy Venture

    PJM

    Crete, Illinois

    Size: 328 MW
    Primary fuel source: Natural gas
    Acquired: 2007
    Fully realized: 2015

  • Gowanus Generating Station

    NYISO

    Brooklyn, New York

    Size: 551 MW
    Primary fuel source: Natural gas
    Acquired: 2013
    Fully realized: 2015

  • High Desert Power Project

    CAISO

    Victorville, California

    Size: 830 MW
    Primary fuel source: Natural gas
    Acquired: 2006

  • Holland Energy

    MISO

    Beecher City, Illinois

    Size: 665 MW
    Primary fuel source: Natural gas
    Acquired: 2006
    Fully realized: 2009

  • Lincoln Generating Facility

    PJM

    Manhattan, Illinois

    Size: 656 MW
    Primary fuel source: Natural gas
    Acquired: 2007
    Fully realized: 2015

  • Narrows Generating Station

    NYISO

    Brooklyn, New York

    Size: 283 MW
    Primary fuel source: Natural gas
    Acquired: 2013
    Fully realized: 2014

  • New Covert Generating Company

    PJM

    Covert, Michigan

    Size: 1,100 MW
    Primary fuel source: Natural gas
    Acquired: 2008
    Fully realized: 2015

  • Pleasants Energy

    PJM

    St. Marys, West Virginia

    Size: 313 MW
    Primary fuel source: Natural gas
    Acquired: 2007
    Fully realized: 2008

  • Rio Nogales Power Project

    ERCOT

    Seguin, Texas

    Size: 800 MW
    Primary fuel source: Natural gas
    Acquired: 2006
    Fully realized: 2012

  • Rollings Hills Generating

    PJM

    Wilkesville, Ohio

    Size: 850 MW
    Primary fuel source: Natural gas
    Acquired: 2008
    Fully realized: 2015

  • Troy Energy

    PJM

    Luckey, Ohio

    Size: 600 MW
    Primary fuel source: Natural gas
    Acquired: 2007
    Fully realized: 2008

  • University Park Energy

    PJM

    University Park, Illinois

    Size: 300 MW
    Primary fuel source: Natural gas
    Acquired: 2006
    Fully realized: 2011

  • Wolf Hills Energy

    PJM

    Bristol, Virginia

    Size: 250 MW
    Primary fuel source: Natural gas
    Acquired: 2006

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