Riverside County Power Plant

Find Riverside County California power plants. Power plants produce electric energy through means of harnessing solar, wind turbine, biomass, hydroelectric and tidal, nuclear, alternative, renewable, natural resources, coal, oil, gas and geothermal power.

Badlands Sanitary Landfill Power Plant 31125 Ironwood Avenue Moreno Valley CA 92555

Big Creek 1 Hydro Division Off Power Plant Poplar Lane Mountain Center CA 92561

Blythe Energy Power Plant 15560 Hobsonway Blythe CA 92225

Cabazon Wind Farm Power Plant 62125 Dillon Road Desert Hot Springs CA 92240

Chuckawalla Valley State Prison Power Plant 19025 Wiley's Well Road Blythe CA 92225

Clearwater Power Plant 2205 Railroad Street Corona CA 92880

Coachella Power Plant Shady Lane Coachella CA 92236

Corona Energy Partners Power Plant 1130 West Rincon Street Corona CA 92880

Desert View Power Power Plant 62300 Gene Welmas Dr Mecca CA 92254

Difwind Farms Ltd V Power Plant Railroad Indio CA 92203

Dillon Wind Power Plant 19020 North Indian Canyon Drive North Palm Springs CA 92258

El Sobrante Gas Recovery Power Plant 10910 Dawson Canyon Road Corona CA 92883

Garnet Wind Energy Center Power Plant 92258 Garnet Road North Palm Springs CA 92258

Green Power I Power Plant 62125 Dillon Road Desert Hot Springs CA 92240

Inland Empire Energy Center Power Plant 26226 Antelope Road Menifee CA 92585

Ironwood Solar Power Plant 19005 Wiley's Well Road Blythe CA 92225

Karen Avenue Windfarm Power Plant 17550 Karen Avenue North Palm Springs CA 92258

Lake Mathews Power Plant 18250 La Sierra Avenue Riverside CA 92503

Mountain View Iii Power Plant 19020 North Indian Canyon Drive North Palm Springs CA 92258

Mountain View Iv Power Plant 19435 Ruppert Street Palm Springs CA 92262

What is a Power Plant?

A power plant is a facility that generates electricity. It may serve a community or a particular commercial business. Power plants generate electricity through a variety of methods including burning coal, oil, gas or other fuels, or through hydroelectric generators powered by running water, nuclear reactors, or even tidal energy in coastal areas. Still, most power plants rely on large generators that burn fossil fuels.

A fuel-burning plant generates large amounts of waste such as smoke and ash, and requires appropriate design and safety features to protect the surrounding communities and the environment. In recent years, the environmental impact of burning fossil fuels has led to increasing interest in renewable-energy power sources such as wind farms and solar power to replace traditional power plants.