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Noblesville Station

Photo of Noblesville Plant showing the spillway outside
Capacity: 90 megawatts
Location: Hamilton County, Indiana
Commercial Date: 1950
Status: Retired

Built in 1950, Noblesville Station was originally a coal-fired plant with two steam turbines that generated approximately 90 megawatts of electricity. In 2003, the coal-burning portion of the station was decommissioned, and three new combustion turbines were installed that run on natural gas. To increase efficiency, the turbines were joined to a heat recovery steam generator, which captures and converts combustion turbine exhaust heat to energy. The modernized facility now generates approximately 300 megawatts of electricity.

News & Resources

Information included in recent neighbor updates, along with work and progress at the site.
News and Resources sorted by date descending
Duke Energy tree flyer (PDF)Resource01/18/2019
Noblesville FAQs for interceptor well system (PDF)Resource01/18/2019
Ash Management Update (PDF)Resource12/11/2018
Noblesville Water Line FAQ (PDF)FAQ08/20/2018
Noblesville Well Testing Update (PDF)Resource08/20/2018

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