Find 01945 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.
Marblehead Municipal Light Wilkins Station 7 Woodfin Terrace Marblehead MA 01945
Footprint Power Salem Harbor Station 24 Fort Avenue Salem MA 01970 1.9 miles from 01945
Rousselot Gelatine Power Plant 227 Washington Street Peabody MA 01960 4.2 miles from 01945
Peabody Municipal Light Power Plant 58-R Pulaski Street Peabody MA 01960 4.5 miles from 01945
General Electric Aircraft Engines Power Plant 1000 Western Avenue Lynn MA 01905 6.8 miles from 01945
Wheelabrator Waste To Energy Power Plant 100 Salem Turnpike Saugus MA 01906 7.6 miles from 01945
Necco Co-Generation Power Plant 135 American Legion Highway Revere MA 02151 9.4 miles from 01945
Revere Solar Site Power Plant 21 Railroad Street Revere MA 02151 10.2 miles from 01945
Constellation Mystic Generating Station 173 Alford Street Boston MA 02129 13.1 miles from 01945
High Street Station 276 High Street Ipswich MA 01938 13.4 miles from 01945
Maddox Station 101 Federal Street Boston MA 02110 14.3 miles from 01945
Exelon New Boston Generating Station 776 Summer Street Boston MA 02127 14.4 miles from 01945
Mbta South Boston Power Plant 696 East 1st Street Boston MA 02127 14.4 miles from 01945
Gillette Manufacturing Power Plant 1 Gillette Park Boston MA 02210 14.7 miles from 01945
Genon Kendall Cogeneration Station 265 First Street Cambridge MA 02142 14.8 miles from 01945
Mit Cogeneration Power Plant 59 Vassar Street Cambridge MA 02139 15.4 miles from 01945
Hull Wind Ii Power Plant 111 Rockaway Avenue Hull MA 02045 16.4 miles from 01945
National Grid Solar Site Power Plant 220 Victory Road Boston MA 02122 16.9 miles from 01945
Medical Area Total Energy Power Plant 474 Brookline Avenue Boston MA 02215 17.1 miles from 01945
Braintree Electric Potter Station Unit 2 Power Plant 150 Wainwright Street Braintree MA 02184 19.6 miles from 01945
Power Plants are highly regulated, given the importance of making electricity widely accessible and affordable. Power Plants must obtain approval for their rates from a state utility regulatory agency. Regulators conduct complex analyses of the cost of operations and other financial considerations of Power Plants when reviewing rate requests.
Public Power Authorities and Districts have their own Board of Directors or Commissioners who are responsible for the policy and operations of the Power Plant. Publicly owned Power Plants are usually subject to the same regulations as private companies that own Power Plants.
An electrical grid is an extensive network of power lines, substations, transformers, and related equipment that handles the transmission and distribution of electricity from a Power Plant to all residential, commercial, and industrial customers.