Canada

Commercial / Merchant Facilities

Alberta

Clover Bar Energy Centre
Clover Bar Energy Centre ​ ​ ​Owned Capacity Location/Nearest Community ​Fuel Source ​Year Commissioned
​243 MW​Edmonton, AB​Natural gas​Unit 1: 2008
Unit 2 & 3: 2009
Clover Bar Landfill Gas
Clover Bar Landfill Gas ​Owned Capacity Location/Nearest Community ​Fuel Source ​Year Commissioned
​5 MW​Edmonton, AB​Landfill gas​2005
Genesee 3
​​Genesee 3 ​Owned Capacity Location/Nearest Community ​Fuel Source ​Year Commissioned
​258 MW​Warburg, AB​Coal​2005
516-MW facility jointly owned with TransAlta, operated by Capital Power
Halkirk Wind
Halkirk Wind ​ ​ ​Owned Capacity Location/Nearest Community ​Fuel Source ​Year Commissioned
​150 MW​Halkirk, AB​Wind​2012
Joffre Co-generation
Joffre Co-generation ​Owned Capacity Location/Nearest Community ​Fuel Source ​Year Commissioned
​192 MW​Red Deer, AB​Natural gas ​2000
480-MW facility jointly owned with Capital Power, ATCO Power Canada Ltd. and NOVA Chemicals Corporation ​ ​ ​ ​
Keephills 3
Keephills 3​ ​ ​ ​Owned Capacity Location/Nearest Community ​Fuel Source ​Year Commissioned
​258 MW​Wabamun, AB​Coal​2011
516-MW facility jointly owned with TransAlta, operated by TransAlta
Shepard Energy Centre ​
Shepard Energy​ ​ ​ ​Owned Capacity Location/Nearest Community ​Fuel Source

Year
Commissioning

​​400 MWCalgary, ABNatural Gas2015

800-MW natural gas facility jointly owned with ENMAX Corporation.

The commercial arrangements for Shepard with ENMAX include a 20-year tolling contract where 75% of Capital Power’s capacity is contracted from 2015 to 2017 and 50% thereafter to 2035. The tolling agreement has operating and maintenance cost and sustaining capital flow-through.

Contracted Facilities

Alberta

Genesee 1 & 2
Genesee 1 & 2​ ​ ​ ​Owned Capacity Location/Nearest Community ​Fuel Source ​Year Commissioned
860 MW (combined​Warburg, ABCoalUnit 1: 1994
Unit 2: 1989

British Columbia

150 Mile House Waste Heat
150 Mile House​ ​ ​ ​Owned Capacity Location/Nearest Community ​Fuel Source ​Year Commissioned
​5 MW​British ColumbiaWaste Heat2008
Owned by Capital Power and operated by Enbridge
Island Generation
Island Generation​ ​ ​ ​Owned Capacity Location/Nearest Community ​Fuel Source ​Year Commissioned
​275 MW​Campbell River, BC​Natural gas2002
Quality Wind
Quality Wind​ ​ ​ ​Owned Capacity Location/Nearest Community ​Fuel Source ​Year Commissioned
​​142 MWTumbler Ridge, BC​Wind​2012
Savona Waste Heat
Savona Waste Heat​ ​ ​ ​Owned Capacity Location/Nearest Community ​Fuel Source ​Year Commissioned
​5 MWBritish Columbia​Waste Heat2008
Owned by Capital Power and operated by Enbridge

Ontario

East Windsor
East Windsor​ ​ ​ ​Owned Capacity Location/Nearest Community ​Fuel Source ​Year Commissioned
​​84 MWWindsor, ONNatural Gas2009
Kingsbridge I
Kingsbridge I​ ​ ​ ​Owned Capacity Location/Nearest Community ​Fuel Source ​Year Commissioned
​​40 MWGoderich, ONWind2006
2001
Port Dover & Nanticoke
PDN​ ​ ​ ​Owned Capacity Location/Nearest Community ​Fuel Source ​Year Commissioned
​​105 MWCounties of Haldimand & Norfolk, ONWind2013
York Energy Centre
York Energy Centre​ ​ ​ ​Owned Capacity Location/Nearest Community ​Fuel Source ​Year Commissioned
200 MWNewmarket, ONNatural Gas2012
400-MW facility jointly owned
K2 Wind
K2 Wind​ ​ ​ ​Owned Capacity Location/Nearest Community ​Fuel Source

Year Commissioned

​​90 MWTownship of Ashfield-Colborne-Wawanosh, ONWind2015

270-MW wind facility jointly owned with a consortium composed of Axium Infrastructure, Alberta Teachers’ Retirement Fund Board and Manulife Financial Corporation, Pattern Renewable Holdings Canada ULC, and Capital Power.

In Consultation, Development or Construction

Alberta

Genesee 4 & 5
Genesee 4 & 5​ ​ ​ ​Owned Capacity Location/Nearest Community ​Fuel Source
​​530 MWWarburg, ABNatural Gas
Generation capacity for the G4/G5 facility is expected to be up to 1,060 MW.
Genesee Mine
Genesee Mine​ ​ ​

The Genesee Mine operation, located in Leduc County, is a 50/50 joint venture between Capital Power LP and Westmoreland Coal Company. Operations at the Genesee Mine commenced in 1989, and supply coal at a rate of 5.5 million tonnes per year to three existing generating units. ​​

Halkirk 2 Wind
Halkirk 2 Wind​ ​ ​

​Capital Power is proposing to build the Halkirk 2 Wind Power Facility (H2 Project). The project will be located north of Capital Power's existing Halkirk Wind Facility in east-central Alberta within Paintearth County.

Capital Power Whitla W​ind Facility
Whitla Wind​ ​ ​

​Capital Power is proposing to build the Whitla Wind Facility. The project will be located southwest of the City of Medicine Hat in Forty Mile County, Alberta.

Ontario

North Dumfries
North Dumfries​ ​ ​ Planned Capacity Location/Nearest Community ​Fuel Source
​​425 MWNorth Dumfries, ONNatural Gas