Electric Generation

Functions

Coffeyville Municipal Light and Power (CMLP) has a long-term power supply contract with the Grand River Dam Authority to purchase electricity to supply the electric demands of our customers as it is more cost effective to purchase power than to generate. During the summer months, however, CMLP generates electricity.

Gas-Fired Steam Generation Capacity:

  • L7.5 MW Elliott Unit – Commissioned 1955
  • 38 MW General Electric Unit – Commissioned 1971

Reciprocating Engine Generation Capacity:

  • (2) 2 MW Black-Start Diesel Generation Capacity – Commissioned 2007
  • (3) 18.7 MW Wartsila NG Engine Generators – Commissioned January 2017
2017 Native Load Peak Demand - 39.56 Megawatts

2017 CRNF Peak Demand - 75.269 Megawatts

2017 Native Load Purchased and Generated - 215,310,689 kWh

2017 CRNF Energy Purchased - 587,248,770 kWh

2017 Electric Customers - 6,188