Find 04958 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.
Anson Abenaki Hydro Project Power Plant 98 Kennebec Street Madison ME 04950 7.6 miles from 04958
Wyman Hydro Power Plant Station Road Moscow ME 04920 12.0 miles from 04958
Norridgewock Landfill & Transfer Station 357 Mercer Road Norridgewock ME 04957 14.1 miles from 04958
Geneva Wood Fuels Power Plant Norton Hill Road Strong ME 04983 15.0 miles from 04958
Sappi Fine Paper (Sd Warren ) Mill Power Plant 1329 Waterville Road Skowhegan ME 04976 19.0 miles from 04958
Messalonskee 3 Power Plant Rice Rips Road Oakland ME 04963 25.6 miles from 04958
Messalonskee 2 (Oakland) Power Plant 25 Cascade Mill Road Oakland ME 04963 26.1 miles from 04958
Benton Falls Hydro Power Plant 1203 Clinton Avenue Benton ME 04901 28.1 miles from 04958
Lockwood Hydroelectric Facility Water Street Waterville ME 04901 28.4 miles from 04958
Boralex Stratton Energy Power Plant Fox Farm Road Eustis ME 04982 30.1 miles from 04958
Verso Paper Cogeneration Facility 15 Riley Road Jay ME 04239 31.0 miles from 04958
Jay Hydroelectric Power Plant 20 Riley Road Jay ME 04239 31.0 miles from 04958
International Paper Livermore Hydro Power Plant 4254 Foundry Road Livermore Falls ME 04254 32.6 miles from 04958
Reenergy Biomass-To-Energy Facility 267 Diamond Road Livermore Falls ME 04254 34.2 miles from 04958
Harris Power Plant Indian Pond Road West Forks ME 04985 35.3 miles from 04958
Rumford Power Plant 43 Industrial Park Road Rumford ME 04276 39.0 miles from 04958
New Page Paper Mill & Cogen Facility 35 Hartford Street Rumford ME 04276 39.1 miles from 04958
Greenville Steam Power Plant Greenville Steam Road Greenville ME 04441 41.5 miles from 04958
American Tissue Hydro Project Power Plant 835 Water Street Gardiner ME 04345 46.8 miles from 04958
Robbins Lumber Power Plant 53 Ghent Road Searsmont ME 04973 52.5 miles from 04958
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.