Find 06260 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.
Lake Road Generating Power Plant 56 Alexander Park Way Killingly CT 06241 2.8 miles from 06260
Quinebaug Lower Project Power Plant 40 Tiffany Street Brooklyn CT 06234 7.7 miles from 06260
Ocean State Power Plant 1575 Sherman Farm Road Burrillville RI 02830 12.2 miles from 06260
Southbridge Energy Center Power Plant 100 Mechanic Street Southbridge MA 01550 14.1 miles from 06260
Millennium Power Plant 10 Sherwood Lane Charlton MA 01507 15.8 miles from 06260
Nedc Solar Site Power Plant 1152 Main Street Northbridge MA 01588 16.1 miles from 06260
Tupperware Power Plant 1 Tupperware Drive North Smithfield RI 02896 18.1 miles from 06260
Providence Power Landfill Gas Pwr Power Plant 65 Shun Pike Johnston RI 02919 19.2 miles from 06260
Ri State Energy Center Power Plant 24 Shun Pike Johnston RI 02919 19.5 miles from 06260
Anp Blackstone Energy Generating Power Plant 204 Elm Street Blackstone MA 01504 20.5 miles from 06260
Scotland Dam Power Plant 695 Jerusalem Road Windham CT 06280 21.0 miles from 06260
Jewett City 1 Power Plant Water Street Griswold CT 06351 21.8 miles from 06260
Millbury Resource Recovery Facility Southwest Cutoff Millbury MA 01527 22.1 miles from 06260
Fusion Paperboard Power Plant 130 Inland Road Lisbon CT 06351 22.6 miles from 06260
Milford Power Plant 108 National Street Milford MA 01757 23.9 miles from 06260
Pastore Center Central Power Plant 15 Power Road Cranston RI 02920 24.0 miles from 06260
Wheelabrator Waste To Energy Power Plant 425 South Burnham Highway Lisbon CT 06351 24.0 miles from 06260
Pawtucket Power Plant 181 Concord Street Pawtucket RI 02860 24.1 miles from 06260
Thundermist Hydro Power Plant 118 South Main Street Providence RI 02903 24.5 miles from 06260
Dominion Energy Manchester Street Station 40 Point Street Providence RI 02903 24.7 miles from 06260
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.