Find 06118 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.
Pratt & Whitney (Main Plant) Power Plant 400 Main Street East Hartford CT 06118
Crra South Meadows Resource Recovery Facility 300 Maxim Road Hartford CT 06114 2.1 miles from 06118
Hartford Steam Power Plant 60 Columbus Boulevard Hartford CT 06103 3.2 miles from 06118
Mm Hartford Energy Power Plant 30 Jennings Road Hartford CT 06120 3.5 miles from 06118
Hartford Hospital Cogeneration Facility 19 Jefferson Street Hartford CT 06106 3.5 miles from 06118
Cdecca Cogeneration Power Plant 490 Capitol Avenue Hartford CT 06106 4.4 miles from 06118
Rainbow Power Plant 347 Rainbow Road Windsor CT 06095 12.3 miles from 06118
Algonquin Power Cogeneration Facility 55-65 Main Street Windsor Locks CT 06096 12.5 miles from 06118
Bradley Energy Center Power Plant 3 Schoephoester Road Windsor Locks CT 06096 12.6 miles from 06118
Kleen Energy Systems Power Plant 1349 River Road Middletown CT 06457 13.5 miles from 06118
Nrg Middletown Power Station 1866 River Road Middletown CT 06457 13.9 miles from 06118
Covanta Bristol Resource Recovery Facility 170 Enterprise Drive Bristol CT 06010 17.2 miles from 06118
Berkshire Power Plant 36 Moylan Lane Agawam MA 01001 20.8 miles from 06118
Lebanon Pines, System #1 Power Plant 37 Camp Mooween Road Lebanon CT 06249 22.9 miles from 06118
Covanta Resource Recovery Power Plant M Street Agawam MA 01001 23.5 miles from 06118
Alfred L Pierce Generating Station 195 East Street Wallingford CT 06492 23.8 miles from 06118
Wallingford Energy Power Plant 115 John Street Wallingford CT 06492 23.9 miles from 06118
Ep Energy Generating Station 15 Agawam Avenue West Springfield MA 01089 24.0 miles from 06118
Covanta Resource Recovery Facility 530 South Cherry Street Wallingford CT 06492 24.3 miles from 06118
Scotland Dam Power Plant 695 Jerusalem Road Windham CT 06280 25.7 miles from 06118
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.