Roundup Power Project
The Roundup Power Project was a sponsored by Bull Mountain Development Co., a New York-based developer. Three lawsuits against the project have been filed by the Montana Environmental Information Center, including one suit that invokes the constitutional right of Montanans to a clean and healthful environment.
In response to a separate administrative appeal filed by MEIC, and a hearing examiner’s recommendation that the permit had expired, the company relinquished its permit in Sept. 2007.
Sponsor: Bull Mountain Development
Location: Roundup, MT (north of Billings)
Capacity: 780 MW
Type: Pulverized coal
Projected in Service:
Status: Permit Expired
Related GEM.wiki articles
- Roundup Coal-to-Liquids
- Montana and coal
- United States and coal
- Carbon Capture and Storage
- Existing U.S. Coal Plants
- US proposed coal plants (both active and cancelled)
- Coal plants cancelled in 2007
- Coal plants cancelled in 2008
- State-by-state guide to information on coal in the United States (or click on the map)
- "Tracking New Coal-Fired Power Plants", National Energy Technology Lab, May 1, 2007, page 15. (Pdf)
- "Stopping the Coal Rush", Sierra Club, accessed December 2007. (This is a Sierra Club list of new coal plant proposals.)
- Roundup Coal-Fired Power Plant, Montana River Action, undated, accessed January 2008.
- Montana Coal Plant Proposals, undated, Western Resource Advocates, accessed January 2008