Kimberly-Clark Chester Power Plant

From Global Energy Monitor

Chester Cogeneration Plant was a 67.0-megawatt (MW) waste coal- and petroleum coke-fired power station owned and operated by Kimberly-Clark in Chester, Pennsylvania. Along with several other oil-fired units, it powered the Kimberly-Clark's Chester paper mill.


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Plant Data

  • Owner: Kimberly-Clark
  • Parent Company: Kimberly-Clark
  • Plant Nameplate Capacity: 67.0 MW (Megawatts)
  • Units and In-Service Dates: Unit 5: 67.0 MW (1986)
  • Location: Front St. & Ave. of the States, Chester, PA 19013
  • GPS Coordinates: 39.84318, -75.358657
  • Technology: Subcritical Fluidized Bed Technology
  • Coal type: Petroleum Coke, Waste Coal and Bituminous
  • Coal Consumption:
  • Coal Source: Sioux Bank (Centralia) [1]
  • Number of Employees:
  • Unit Retirements: Unit Retired in 2019.[2]

Emissions Data

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Articles and Resources


  1. "EIA 923 2015" EIA 923 2015.
  2. "EIA 860m generator database" Eia.dov, 860m database, accessed May 2020.

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