Power Plants in Jacksonville, Florida

There are 17 Power Plants in Jacksonville, Florida, serving a population of 867,313 people in an area of 748 square miles. There is 1 Power Plant per 51,018 people, and 1 Power Plant per 43 square miles.

In Florida, Jacksonville is ranked 103rd of 1036 cities in Power Plants per capita, and 111st of 1036 cities in Power Plants per square mile.

List of Jacksonville Power Plants

Find Jacksonville, Florida power plants.

Aep Jacksonville Solar Project 2600 Arnold Road Jacksonville, FL

Anheuser-Busch Jacksonville 111 Busch Drive Jacksonville, FL

Baptist Medical Center 800 Prudential Drive Jacksonville, FL

Brandy Branch 15701 West Beaver Street Jacksonville, FL

Cedar Bay Generating Company Lp 9640 Eastport Road Jacksonville, FL

Girvin Landfill 515 Girvin Road Jacksonville, FL

Greenland Energy Center 12121 Philips Highway Jacksonville, FL

Ikea Jacksonville Rooftop Pv System 7801 Gate Parkway Jacksonville, FL

J D Kennedy 4215 Talleyrand Avenue Jacksonville, FL

Jacksonville Solar 2009 U.s. 301 Jacksonville, FL

Kennedy Generating Station 4215 Talleyrand Avenue Jacksonville, FL

Northside Generating Station 4377 Heckscher Drive Jacksonville, FL

Seminole Mill 9649 Eastport Road Jacksonville, FL

Southside Generating Station 801 Colorado Avenue Jacksonville, FL

St Johns River Power Park 11201 New Berlin Road Jacksonville, FL

St Vincents Medical Center 1 Shircliff Way Jacksonville, FL

Trail Ridge Landfill Gas Recovery 5110 U.s. 301 Jacksonville, FL

About Jacksonville Power Plants

Jacksonville Power Plants are facilities where energy is converted to bulk electrical power from other sources and distributed to the electrical grid for delivery to electricity consumers in Jacksonville, FL. Power Plants are typically categorized by the source of fuel that they use for generating electricity.

You may contact Power Plants for questions about:
  • Jacksonville Public and private Power Plants
  • Types of Power Plants in Jacksonville, Florida
  • Electrical energy production
  • Jacksonville power authority and electric companies
  • Renewable energy and pollution