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Larry Reuss, Environmental Manager and Craig Bressan, Director, Environmental Health & Safety, discuss PSGC’s dedication to environmental responsibility.
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Prairie State’s state-of-the-art control room monitors all capacities and efficiencies of its 1,600-megawatt power plant.
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The Prairie State Energy Campus includes the largest coal-fueled power plant to be built in the U.S. since 1982.




American Municipal Partners (AMP)

American Municipal Power, Inc. is a nonprofit leader in wholesale power supply for municipal electric systems. AMP helps member communities control their destinies in the volatile world of power supply.

AMP serves 129 members – 128 member municipal electric communities in the states of Ohio, Pennsylvania, Michigan, Virginia, Kentucky and West Virginia, as well as the Delaware Municipal Electric Corporation, a joint action agency headquartered in Smyrna, Delaware. Combined, these publicly owned utilities serve approximately 625,000 customers. www.amppartners.org

Illinois Municipal Electric Agency (IMEA)

IMEA’s primary function is to provide wholesale electricity to its participants, which they re-sell on the retail market. IMEA is made up of 33 electric systems served under a full-requirements wholesale purchasing contract. The IMEA’s goal is to keep power costs low and to be insulated from the high prices that are increasingly common in the short-term power market. www.imea.org

Indiana Municipal Power Agency (IMPA)

The Indiana Municipal Power Agency was created by a group of municipally owned electric utilities, enabling them to share power resources and provide electricity more economically to their customers. As a nonprofit organization owned and governed by its members, IMPA focuses on providing its 58 members with a wholesale power supply that is low-cost, reliable and environmentally responsible. www.impa.com