Ground-Breaking for Power Plant in Fluvanna

On Saturday, the groundbreaking ceremony was held in Fluvanna for Tenaska‘s gas-burning power plant. The 885 megawatt plant will generate enough power for 850,000 homes, employ 25-30 people and, combined with the planned Buckingham plant, require as much as 100 million gallons of water per day. The plant, approved by Fluvanna’s Planning Commission in June of 2001, is scheduled to be operational in 2004. Austin Graham has the story in Sunday’s Daily Progress.

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