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- 19 Jul 2012
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Energy from the plant goes to Austin Energy under the terms of a 20-year power purchase agreement.
The plant is owned and operated by Southern Power, a subsidiary of energy company Southern Company. Southern Power acquired the project form American Renewables, L.L.C. in October, 2009, beginning construction on the plant in November that same year.
"Today we recognize Southern Company's on-time, on-budget completion of the nation's largest biomass-fueled power plant," said Southern Company president, chairman and chief executive Thomas A. Fanning during the opening ceremonies.
Mr. Fanning added that the plant will provide jobs and economic impact for Nacogdoches County and will further diversify the fuel portfolios of Austin Energy and Southern Company.
For the local community, the plant represents a capital investment of about $500 million. The plant will deliver $58 million in taxes to the county and direct and indirect job impact of around $5.1 million a year.
Construction of the plant created more than 1,000 jobs while the plant’s operation creates 40 permanent positions. – EcoSeed Staff