SAN ANTONIO - Guadalupe Power Partners L.P., a natural gas-fired plant located 30 miles northeast of San Antonio, has received a final greenhouse gas construction permit from the Environmental Protection Agency.
The plant is planning to add two simple-cycle combustion turbines of 227 megawatts electric generating capacity to the existing 1,000 megawatt station.
The additions are expected to bring more than $125 million in capital investments and increased jobs.
The total greenhouse gas emissions from the proposed project will be 611,655.16 tons annually.
Read more at the San Antonio Business Journal.
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