Lodi Energy Center

Industry: Utility

When construction is complete, Lodi's natural gas-fired power plant will be the most efficient in Northern California.

Project Details

Power generation facility
Northern California Power Agency
Lodi, Calif.
Project Size:
296 MW
Electrical contractor

Project Summary

The Lodi Energy Center (LEC) is currently being constructed and is a 1 x 1 combined-cycle, nominal 296 Megawatt (MW) Siemens “Flex Plant 30″ power generation facility consisting of a natural gas-fired turbine-generator, a single condensing steam turbine, a seven (7)-cell cooling tower, and associated balance-of-plant equipment. The facility is located on a  4.4-acre parcel located adjacent to the City of Lodi’s White Slough Water Pollution Control Facility and the existing 49 MW Northern California Power Agency Combustion Turbine Project #2 (STIG plant).