Power Plants in Tampa, Florida

There are 18 Power Plants in Tampa, Florida, serving a population of 368,087 people in an area of 114 square miles. There is 1 Power Plant per 20,449 people, and 1 Power Plant per 6 square miles.

In Florida, Tampa is ranked 80th of 1036 cities in Power Plants per capita, and 60th of 1036 cities in Power Plants per square mile.

List of Tampa Power Plants

Find Tampa, Florida power plants.


City Of Tampa - Howard F Curren Awtp Power Plant 2700 Maritime Boulevard Tampa, FL

F J Gannon 3602 Port Sutton Road Tampa, FL

Fj Gannon Station 3602 Port Sutton Road Tampa, FL

H L Culbreath Bayside Power Station 3602 Port Sutton Road Tampa, FL

Hillsborough County Resource Recovery 350 North Falkenburg Road Tampa, FL

Hillsborough Rrf Power Plant 350 North Falkenburg Road Tampa, FL

Hookers Point 2835 West De Leon Street Tampa, FL

Howard F Curren Advncd Wastewater Plant 2700 Maritime Boulevard Tampa, FL

Ikea Power Plant 1103 North 22nd Street Tampa, FL

Ikea Tampa 042 1103 North 22nd Street Tampa, FL

James A Haley Veterans Affairs Medical Center Solar 13000 Bruce B Downs Boulevard Tampa, FL

Mckay Bay Facility 107 North 34th Street Tampa, FL

Partnership Station 2700 Maritime Boulevard Tampa, FL

St Joseph Hospital Power Plant 3001 West Doctor Martin Luther King Junior Boulevard Tampa, FL

St Josephs Hospital 3001 West Doctor Martin Luther King Junior Boulevard Tampa, FL

Tampa Electric Co Na 2 702 North Franklin Street Tampa, FL

Tampa Electric Co Na 4 820 South 78th Street Tampa, FL

Tia Solar 5505 Airport Service Road Tampa, FL

About Tampa Power Plants

Tampa 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 Tampa, FL. Power Plants are typically categorized by the source of fuel that they use for generating electricity.

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