Joffre Cogeneration

Alberta, Canada

Status

In Operation

Year

2001

Owned Capacity

192*

MW

Owned/Operated

40*/0

Natural Gas
Status
In Operation
Year

2001

OWNED CAPACITY

192*

MW

Natural Gas

Joffre Cogeneration is a 480 MW natural gas-fired combined-cycle generation facility located at Nova Chemical Corporation’s petrochemical complex near Red Deer, Alberta. Commissioned in 2001, the facility operates as a merchant plant delivering power to the Alberta Electric System Operator and power, water and steam to the host NOVA Chemicals petrochemical production site. Joffre Cogeneration is owned by a joint venture that includes Capital Power, Heartland Generation Ltd.** and NOVA Chemicals, with respective interests of 40%, 40% and 20%.
*480 MW Facility – Jointly-owned with Heartland Generation Ltd. and Nova Chemicals Corporation **ATCO Power Canada Ltd was acquired by Heartland Generation Ltd. on Sept. 30, 2019

Quick Facts

  • Joffre Cogeneration is one of the largest facilities of its kind in Canada
  • Facility provides Capital Power with a significant position as a mid-merit participant in the Alberta market

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