PSEG Lawrenceburg plant gets green light

PSEG Power has received its air permit from the Indiana Department of Environmental Management for its Lawrenceburg Energy Facility, an 1150mw combined-cycle, gas-fired power plant, in Lawrenceburg Indiana. PSEG Power also said it has chosen Duke Fluor Daniel as the engineering, procurement and construction contractor. Preliminary construction at the site is under way. The plant is targeted for operation in the spring or summer of 2003.

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