Panda Power planning 859 MW natural gas-fired power plant in Maryland

Panda Power is intending to build, own and operate an 859 MW combined-cycle power plant in Brandywine, Md., the company announced Monday. The facility will be located in an industrial-zoned area.

The facility will be designed with a low profile to reduce its visibility and will be heavily buffered by trees in order to minimize its impact on the local community. The plant will also be a zero liquid discharge plant and will not use potable water in the operation of the plant.

The project will take approximately 30 months to build and is dependent upon financing, regulatory approvals and other conditions.

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