Calpine CCGT operations

Calpine Corp. began commercial operations at the 565 MW combined-cycle York Energy Center in Pennsylvania. The plant was completed three months early and under budget.

York is a combined-cycle plant fitted with emissions control technologies. The plant will produce power for Constellation Energy under a six-year tolling agreement beginning June 1, 2011. Until then, Calpine will sell power generated by the plant into the PJM wholesale power market.

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