Lindsay Hill Generating Station
3405 County Rd 26
Billingsley, AL 36006
Natural Gas Combined Cycle
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The Lindsay Hill Generation Station is an 850-megawatt (MW), dual fuel, combined-cycle electric generating station located near Billingsley in Autauga County, Alabama. Lindsay Hill consists of three General Electric (GE) Frame 7FA gas turbine generators, three heat recovery steam generators and one General Electric steam turbine.
The facility has a Fuel Conversion Services Agreement with Mercuria Energy America, Inc. for the entire electrical production of the facility, enough to power for more than 850,000 homes. Fuel owned and supplied by the customer is converted into electricity and marketed throughout the Southeast region’s wholesale power market.Download Fact Sheet (pdf)
Available to operate an average of 98.6percent of the scheduled time over the past five years.
Community and the Environment:
National Safety Council Awards for 2017; 36 since 2003
2014 Combined Cycle Journal honor for a “decade of excellence” in earning 10 Best Practices awards over the past 10 years
2013 Local Contributor of the Year by Alabama Association for Public and Continuing Education for employee support of adult education
The plant provides 26 well-paying, full-time jobs and, in 2017, paid approximately $5.5 million in salaries and payments to local subcontractors and vendors. Through 2017, the Tenaska Lindsay Hill Generating Station paid approximately $13.8 million in property taxes.