Below are excerpts from multiple articles and links to the full articles about the new Renaissance Energy Center by APV.
APV Renaissance Partners Opco LLC received the last environmental permit it needed to move forward with plans to construct a 1,000-megawatt, natural gas power plant at the closed Hatfield’s Ferry Power Station in Monongahela Township, Greene County. The company was informed by the state Department of Environmental Protection that an air-quality permit for the plant has been issued, though it is awaiting receipt of official permit documents, said David Neurohr, company spokesman.
APV Renaissance Partners Opco LLC said Wednesday it will buy 33 acres at the Hatfield’s Ferry Power Station in Masontown for $40 million from FirstEnergy Corp. The deal, expected to close in roughly a year, will allow APV, based in Bernardsville, New Jersey, to proceed with its plans to construct Renaissance Energy Center, a 1,000-megawatt, clean, state-of-the-art, natural gas-fueled power generation facility on the property. APV Renaissance’s sister company, American Power Ventures LLC, will be the project developer.
FirstEnergy Corp. (NYSE: FE) announced today that its Allegheny Energy Supply Company, LLC subsidiary has entered into an agreement for sale of a portion of the real property and certain assets at the former Hatfield’s Ferry Power Station in Masontown, Pa. to APV Renaissance Partners Opco, LLC, of Bernardsville, New Jersey.
APV Renaissance Partners, a subsidiary of American Power Ventures, has started engineering studies and gathering permits for the construction of a 1,000-megawatt natural gas facility on 33 acres at the former coal-fired power plant, Akron, Ohio-based FirstEnergy said Wednesday.
A New Jersey company is considering developing a natural gas power plant at First Energy’s closed Hatfield’s Ferry Power Station in Monongahela Township. APV Renaissance Partners Opco LLC of Bernardsville, N.J., indicated in a public notice published in an area newspaper that it intends to apply to the state Department of Environmental Protection for an air quality permit for the plant.
Electric power may again flow from the closed Hatfield’s Ferry Power Plant site in Monongahela Township, produced not by the burning of coal but, this time, by the burning of natural gas. APV Renaissance Partners Opco LLC of Bernardsville, N.J., revealed plans Wednesday at a meeting at Carmichaels fire hall to construct a 1,000-megawatt, natural gas plant at First Energy Corp.’s Hatfield’s Ferry plant site.