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Gibson Station

Capacity: 2,845 megawatts (Winter Peak Capacity)
Location: Gibson County, Indiana
Commercial Date: 1976
Status: Operating

Gibson Station is Duke Energy’s largest power plant. It is a five-unit facility that was built between 1976 and 1982. Unit 5 is co-owned by Wabash Valley Power Association and Indiana Municipal Power Agency. All five units have sulfur dioxide scrubbers.

The plant site features a 160-acre natural wetland wildlife habitat and recreation area.
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News & Resources

Information included in recent neighbor updates, along with work and progress at the site.
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Safe Basin Closure Update Gibson Station (PDF)Resource05/02/2017

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