- Capacity: 1,104 megawatts
- Location: Vermillion County, Indiana
- Commercial Date: 1970
Cayuga Station is a three-unit generating facility built between 1970 and 1993. Units 1 and 2 have been equipped with scrubbers to reduce the stationís sulfur dioxide emissions by approximately 95 percent. Duke Energy currently is investing $400 million at Cayuga to install selective catalytic reduction units that effectively reduce nitrogen oxides, as well as other equipment to enhance mercury removal.
Steam and power is supplied to the plantís neighbor, a packaging product manufacturer whose raw material is 100 percent recycled pulp products. The plant also features a 35-acre wetland area that was created in partnership with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Agency.