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New Colorado Gas-Fired Plant Will Feature GE Vernova Power Units

February 29, 2024

A new natural gas-fired peaker plant being built on Colorado’s eastern plains will feature aeroderivative gas power packages from GE Vernova.

The Mountain Peak Power Plant, which will be managed and operated by Princeton, New Jersey-based Kindle Energy, and will serve the United Power electric cooperative, is expected to come online in 2025. GE Vernova’s Gas Power and Financial Services division on Feb. 29 said the 162-MW facility will include a half-dozen of the company’s LM2500XPRESS units, a modular technology designed for fast starts to quickly provide electricity during periods of peak demand.

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