3450 megawatts, constructed in three 1150 megawatt phases. Initial power generation in Fall 2019. I expect at that size, its intended to be largely base load. I forget what that works out to in terms of BCF.
FGE Eagle Pines represents over $2.1 billion of direct investment in Cherokee County and the State of Texas
FGE Eagle Pines will create 3,450 MW of capacity, generating electricity to power over 3.5 million homes
Delivering high efficiency and high flexibility power to meet the power supply challenges across Texas with short and long term economic growth
FGE Eagle Pines represents over $2.1 billion of direct and indirect expenditures, over $200 million of additional tax revenue for the county’s tax authorities, and $5 million in annual wages for the facility’s employees
FGE Eagle Pines will create over 800 jobs during construction and over 40 permanent staff positions once fully operational (across Phase I, Phase II and Phase III)
Recently awarded largest Air Permit in State history by the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality
Will utilize non-potable water supply for cooling system, allowing for drastically increased operational efficiency versus an air-cooled configuration while minimizing any impact on local water resources