Units 1 and 2 - 09/18/1979; Unit 3 - 08/18/2008 (never built); Seminole Combined Cycle Facility (7/27/18)
The site certification includes two nominal 650 MW coal-fired, dry bottom wall-fired boilers with conventional steam turbine-electric generators (Units 1 and 2). The site was also approved for a nominal 750 MW coal-fired generating unit (Unit 3) which has not been constructed. The site was approved for an 1100 MW combined cycle unit that will replace one of the coal units.
Coal/Petroleum Coke; Natural Gas
1,300 MW (Units 1 & 2); 1,100 MW (SCCF) which will replace either Unit 1 or Unit 2
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