Fairless Power Station (a.k.a., Fairless Energy, LLC), located on 45 acres in Fairless Hills, Pennsylvania, produces enough electricity to power about 295,000 homes. It uses natural gas as its primary fuel.
Fairless consists of two blocks of combined-cycle combustion turbines with a combined output of 1,180 megawatts. Combined-cycle combustion turbines generate electricity and produce steam for industrial use.
Fairless is equipped with selective catalytic reduction systems and dry low-NOx combustors to reduce nitrogen oxide emissions.
Net Generating Capacity: 1,180 megawatts
Commercial Operation: 2004
Station Employees: +/- 35