Gibson Station

Capacity: 3,145 megawatts
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.

Plant Happenings

Information included in recent neighbor updates, along with work and progress at the site.

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Oct. 6, 2017
Learn more about our emergency action plans for coal ash facilities. Ash basins continue to operate safely and are highly regulated. Removing water and permanently closing basins, work that is already planned or underway, adds an additional margin of safety. Inundation maps are planning tools that illustrate a worst-case scenario and depict the areas that could be impacted in the unlikely event of a complete dam failure.

2017 - 2018 

Work is underway to prepare for safely closing ash basins. This includes designing and constructing new retention basins for water management; installing state-of-the-art wastewater treatment systems; and installing new equipment to manage all coal ash dry rather than sending it to ash basins. While the work itself will occur on plant property, neighbors may notice periodic equipment deliveries and an increase in construction activities.

 
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News & Resources

Information included in recent neighbor updates, along with work and progress at the site.

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