Find 14874 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.
Aes Greenidge Power Plant 590 Plant Road Dresden NY 14441 15.5 miles from 14874
Dutch Hill Wind Project Power Plant 11219 Dutch Hill Road Cohocton NY 14826 16.4 miles from 14874
Ontario Lf Lfg To Energy Facility 3555 Post Farm Road Stanley NY 14561 23.0 miles from 14874
Aes Cayuga Power Plant 228 Cayuga Drive Lansing NY 14882 29.0 miles from 14874
Seneca Energy Power Plant 2121 New York 414 Seneca Falls NY 13148 31.5 miles from 14874
Cornell Hydro Power Plant Thurston Avenue Ithaca NY 14850 35.5 miles from 14874
Cornell University Ithaca Campus Power Plant 319 Fall Creek Drive Ithaca NY 14850 35.6 miles from 14874
High Acres Gas Recovery Power Plant 425 Perinton Parkway Fairport NY 14450 39.7 miles from 14874
Auburn Lfg Energy Facility 43 Allen Street Auburn NY 13021 41.1 miles from 14874
Monroe Livingston Gas Recovery Power Plant 1241 South Road Scottsville NY 14546 44.8 miles from 14874
Monroe Community College Cogen Facility 1000 East Henrietta Road Rochester NY 14623 45.5 miles from 14874
Hyland Landfill Power Plant 6653 Herdman Road Angelica NY 14709 45.6 miles from 14874
Indeck-Silver Springs Energy Center Power Plant 1 Indeck Drive Silver Springs NY 14550 46.7 miles from 14874
University Of Rochester Power Plant 390 Elmwood Avenue Rochester NY 14620 46.9 miles from 14874
Wiscoy 170 Power Plant New York 19 Fillmore NY 14735 49.2 miles from 14874
Synergy Biogas Power Plant 6466 Lemley Road Wyoming NY 14591 49.2 miles from 14874
Rochester 2 Power Plant Falls Street Rochester NY 14614 49.2 miles from 14874
Allegany Generating Station 11537 New York 19 Fillmore NY 14735 49.5 miles from 14874
Rochester 9 Power Plant Buffalo Road Rochester NY 14624 50.7 miles from 14874
Rochester Gas & Electric Corp Station 5 Power Plant Seth Green Drive Rochester NY 14621 50.8 miles from 14874
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.