Clean-Burning Power Generation
The North American power generation fleet maintains a diverse mix of fuel sources, from clean-burning natural gas to hydro, wind, and biomass or biogas. GDF SUEZ owns, operates or has under construction power facilities that total a generation capacity of approximately 13,000 MW, 6.5 million pounds per hour of steam, and 39,000 tons of chilled water.
Through a concentration of generation assets in New England, the northeastern United States and into Atlantic Canada, as well as in Texas, the southeast, and Mexico, GDF SUEZ supplies power to customers such as electricity transmission systems, regional and local utilities, municipalities, and large commercial and industrial facilities.
North America’s renewables portfolio consists of 27 biomass, wind, solar and hydro-powered assets, with a capacity of 668 MW. Additionally, two pumped hydro storage operations total a capacity of 1,153 MW. The renewable facilities are predominantly concentrated in the northeastern United States and in Canada’s provinces of the Maritimes and Ontario.
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