Sterling Energy purchases power plant from Crawfordsville Electric Light & Power

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Sterling Energy Group Inc., a green energy independent power producer, through its wholly owned subsidiary, Crawfordsville Energy LLC, has purchased a power plant from Crawfordsville Electric Light & Power in Crawfordsville, Ind.

The plant has 24.1-MW of coal-fired capacity; and has infrastructure in place for additional gas-fired generation, a release from the Sterling Energy Group stated.

William Harrington, president and CEO of Sterling Energy Group said the purchase will help preserve jobs in the state and produce cleaner energy.

Sterling Energy Group plans to make the plant a combined heat and power (CHP) facility through its clean coal technologies on existing units as well as adding combined cycle gas-fired capacity and the addition of a steam loop.

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