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Windsor Cogeneration Plant

Fuel: Natural Gas

Output (MW): 72

Canadian Power Ownership (%): 50

Commissioned: 1996

Windsor, Ontario

The 72 MW Windsor Cogeneration Plant is a combined cycle cogeneration facility. It has one LM6000 PD gas turbine and a steam turbine. The plant supplies electricity to the provincial grid via the Independent Electricity System Operator (IESO) under a long-term contract through 2031. There is also a long-term contract in place to supply steam and other thermal services to Stellantis Canada.

The Windsor facility was commissioned in 1996. It is located in Windsor, Ontario, south of Stellantis Canada’s Windsor Assembly Plant. The Windsor Cogen is operated by TransAlta.