Power Generation

Vintage Powerhouse

Lighting the lives of western Massachusetts residents since 1916, Cabot Station on the Connecticut River at Montague generates 61.8 MW of electricity and is one of GDF SUEZ’s 12 traditional hydro facilities.

Vintage Powerhouse

Power Generation

From Dawn To Dusk

Fueled by clean-burning natural gas and operated in conjunction with an advanced emissions control system, Wise Power Plant generates enough electricity to power approximately 800,000 North Texas households annually.

From Dawn To Dusk

Power Generation

Green Power, Green Planting

One of seven biomass operations, Ryegate Power Station’s reduced emissions technology qualifies it to sell Renewable Energy Certificates, and the Vermont plant recycles its ash wood byproduct as organic farming fertilizer and in road-bed construction projects.

Green Power, Green Planting

Turners Falls Fishway+

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Power Generation

Operating a safe, clean and reliable power generation fleet is GDF SUEZ Energy North America’s foremost priority.

From a clean portfolio in which nearly 90 percent of the generation produces no carbon emissions or very few, GDF SUEZ supplies power to electricity transmission systems, regional and local utilities, municipalities, and large commercial and industrial facilities.

Its market focus includes New England, with its predominantly traditional hydro, pumped hydro storage and natural gas-fueled facilities. The northeastern and East Coast United States and Canada assets includes renewable operations and the natural gas facility in Astoria, New York, that at peak times supplies up to 12 percent of the electricity to New York City. In the Great Lakes states and into Ontario, Canada—with its concentration of wind, biomass and solar sites—as well as in Texas, the company also holds market stakes, predominantly powered by natural gas. GDF SUEZ owns power plants on the East Coast of Mexico in Tamaulipas and Nueva León as well.

In February 2011, the company doubled its North American generation capacity when it began the two-part acquisition of International Power, which was completed the following year. In addition to strengthening the company’s presence in the ERCOT, PJM and New England electricity markets, GDF SUEZ bolstered its position in Canadian wind power after having originally entered that sector with the purchase of an entrepreneurial wind developer’s robust project portfolio in 2007. Since then, the company has built its wind fleet to include 660 MW of clean generation in Ontario, Prince Edward Island, New Brunswick and British Columbia.

In 2012, after a solar panel pilot project on the roof of the administration building at one of its Texas natural gas plants, GDF SUEZ brought on line its first commercial solar facility in western Massachusetts where the operation is among the largest in the state. Two 10 MW solar facilities in Ontario, which are among the largest in the global solar portfolio, were completed in 2013 and 2014.