Responsibility

NEARLY 7 MILLION TONS of coal mined annually.

1,600 MEGAWATTS
of power.

PROVIDING
2.5
MILLION

families with electricity every day.

$785
MILLION

in economic activity contributed annually.

$1 BILLION
invested in the Best Available Control Technology (BACT).

HOME TOWN PRIDE

We're proud to contribute to the growth of our community.

GIVING BACK

Prairie State Energy Campus is proud to be a citizen of Washington County, Illinois and works to be a good neighbor, giving back to its community. Prairie State's community giving focuses on environmental conservation, youth support and economic revitalization. As a part of our youth support program, Prairie State brings the Junior Achievement curriculum to area schools at least twice a year. Junior Achievement educates young people about work readiness, entrepreneurship, and personal finance with hands-on, engaging programs. Its purpose is to inspire and prepare young people to succeed in a global economy. Prairie State participates in Junior Achievement through the JA of Greater St. Louis's southwestern Illinois chapter. To read more about Junior Achievement, please visit their website at http://www.jamvi.org.

Each December and February, our employees organize a large toy and food drive, donating thousands of dollars and truckloads of toys and food to area not-for-profits. The following entities received assistance from Prairie State's Toy and Food Drive in 2014:

  • Village of Fayetteville
  • Sparta - Lincoln Middle School
  • Sparta - Primary School
  • St. Libory Elementary School
  • Okawville Grade School
  • The Washington County CHOW Program (Combating Hunger on Weekends)
  • Coulterville Elementary School
  • BCMW Community Services
  • Tilden Presbyterian Church
  • Marissa Food Pantry