Lordstown Energy Center


Lordstown Energy Center

Lordstown Energy Center (LEC) is a state-of-the-art natural gas-fired, combined cycle power plant, utilizing the best available control technologies for emissions, with a generating capacity of 940 megawatts. The facility consists of two Siemens SGT6-8000HCT combustion turbine generators operating in combined-cycle with two heat recovery steam generators and one steam turbine generator.

The facility began commercial operations in October 2018, and provides safe, clean, cost-efficient and reliable electricity to the PJM market, which serves more than 60 million customers. The power produced by LEC is enough for approximately 850,0000 homes.

In 2019, Perennial Power partnered with the Development Bank of Japan Inc. (“DBJ”) to acquire a 15% indirect stake in Lordstown Energy Center from Macquarie Infrastructure and Real Assets, a division of Macquarie Group.

Capacity: 885 MW Siemens H Class
COD: Sept 2018
Partners: Macquarie, Siemens, Clean Energy, DBJ
Market: PJM
Project Share: 10%