With headquarters in Bloomington, Indiana, Hoosier Energy operates two coal-based power production facilities, the 1,070-megawatt Merom Generating Station and the 250-megawatt Ratts Generating Station. The G&T's generation portfolio also includes two natural gas-fueled peaking plants, the 174-Worthington Generating Station and the 258-megawatt Lawrence Generating Station. Hoosier Energy and Wabash Valley Power Association jointly own the 630-megawatt combined cycle Holland Energy plant near Beecher City, Illinois. The power plant will helps meet the power needs of the two generation and transmission cooperatives' consumer-owned electric cooperatives while contributing to reserve requirements and providing value in energy markets.
In 2007, the cooperative's first renewable energy facility was completed, the four-megawatt Clark-Floyd Landfill Methane Generation project. A 14-megawatt landfill methane facility in Livingston, Ill. was added in 2011. Other renewable energy resources include purchase of 3.7 megawatts of Illinois hydropower and 25 megawatts of power from an Iowa wind project. A 13-megawatt coal bed methane project is under construction and additional landfill methane facilities are in development.
High-voltage electric power is delivered to member cooperatives over a system of 1,700 miles of transmission lines and 21 primary substations. Interconnections link Hoosier Energy with seven other major utilities in Indiana and neighboring states.
Mission Statement: To provide member distribution systems with assured, reliable and competitively priced energy and services in a safe and environmentally acceptable manner.
Telephone: (812) 876-2021
Address: P.O. Box 908, Bloomington, IN 47402-0908