The new energy center is expected by PSEG to generate enough capacity to power 500,000 homes in Prince George’s and surrounding counties.
Delivering a 540-megawatt combined-cycle power plant in New Jersey
The Keys Energy Center, owned by PSEG Fossil, is a new 755-megawatt natural gas-fired combined-cycle power plant in Prince George’s County, Maryland. We first supported PSEG Fossil during the project acquisition phase, and proceeded to provide full licensing support for the facility, which also included the development of an approximately 8-mile natural gas interconnection and new off-site water, sewer, and electric interconnections. AKRF coordinated the preparation of various permitting applications, management plans, and other environmental approvals required for construction of the primary power plant site and the off-site interconnections. We participated in routine status updates provided by the project’s EPC contractor and subcontractors, reviewed regulatory and agency submittals, and performed schedule tracking and compliance verification.
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