Forney Energy Center

Coordinates: 32°45′46″N 96°29′00″W / 32.7629°N 96.4833°W / 32.7629; -96.4833
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Forney Energy Center
CountryUnited States
LocationForney, Texas
Coordinates32°45′46″N 96°29′00″W / 32.7629°N 96.4833°W / 32.7629; -96.4833
Commission date2003
Thermal power station
Primary fuelNatural gas
Cooling sourceRecycled wastewater
Combined cycle?Yes
Power generation
Nameplate capacity1,824 MW

The Forney Energy Center is a natural gas-fired power station located in Forney, Texas. The energy center was commissioned in 2003 and features six 304 MW combined-cycle generators. It is the second largest natural gas-fired power station in Texas after the Sabine Power Plant.[1][2]

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  1. ^ "Forney Energy Center" (PDF). NextEra Energy Resources. Retrieved 3 February 2020.{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: url-status (link)
  2. ^ Richards, Mathew. "Forney begins annexation process of Luminant power plant, formerly NextEra". Retrieved 2020-02-04.