Thomas Hill Power Plant

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RSS Columbia worked on the Thomas Hill Power Plant to install a new 2-ply granulated modified bitumen roof system on Boiler 3, which is 300 feet high.

Thomas Hill Energy Center is composed of three electrical generating units, built from 1966 to 1982 and totaling 1,153 megawatts, and a reclaimed coal mine with acres of restored woodlands, wetlands, pasture and wildlife habitat.

Built in 1982, Unit 3 is the newest of the three units and contains a Westinghouse turbine. The unit has a net capacity of 670 megawatts and burns coal at a rate of 8,480 tons per day.

Associated Electric employs about 230 people at Thomas Hill Energy Center, which has received national recognition for its efficiency and successful conversion to low-sulfur coal that reduced sulfur dioxide emissions 90 percent.

 

Thomas Hill Power Plant
Thomas Hill Power Plant
Thomas Hill Power Plant
Thomas Hill Power Plant

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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