Use this interactive map to learn more about our solar, wind and natural gas infrastructure and utilities.

Copper Mountain Solar 3 | In Construction

  • Location: Boulder City, NV
  • Capacity: 250 MW
  • Homes Powered: About 80,000
  • Completed: 2015
  • Customer: Los Angeles Department of Water and Power and the City of Burbank
  • *50 percent owner with Consolidated Edison Development

Copper Mountain Solar 1 | In Operation

  • Location: Boulder City, NV
  • Capacity: 58 MW
  • Homes Powered: About 17,000
  • Completed: December 2010
  • Customer: Pacific Gas & Electric

Copper Mountain Solar 2 | In Operation

  • Location: Boulder City, NV
  • Capacity: 150 MW
  • Homes Powered: About 45,000
  • Completed: Late 2012 (92 MW)
  • Completed: 2015 (58 MW)
  • Customer: Pacific Gas & Electric
  • *50 percent owner with Consolidated Edison Development

Rosamond Solar | In Development

  • Location: Rosamond, CA
  • Capacity: Up to 300 MW
  • Completed: 2015 (estimated)
  • Customer: California utilities

Mesquite Solar 1 | In Operation

  • Location: Phoenix, AZ
  • Capacity: Up to 700 MW | 150 MW (phase 1)
  • Homes Powered: About 56,000 (phase 1)
  • Completed: Late 2012 (phase 1)
  • Customer: Pacific Gas & Electric (phase 1)
  • *50 percent owner with Consolidated Edison Development

Fowler Ridge 2 | In Operation

  • Location: Benton County, IN
  • Capacity: 200 MW*
  • Homes Powered: About 60,000
  • Completed: December 2009
  • Customer: American Electric Power | Vectren Energy Delivery of Indiana
    *50 percent owner with BP Wind

Cedar Creek 2 | In Operation

  • Location: Near New Raymer, CO
  • Capacity: 250 MW*
  • Homes Powered: About 75,000
  • Completed: June 2011
  • Customer: Public Service Company of Colorado
  • *50 percent owner with BP Wind

Auwahi Wind | In Operation

  • Location: Maui, HI
  • Capacity: 21 MW*
  • Homes Powered: About 10,000
  • Completed: Late 2012
  • Customer: Maui Electric Company
    *50 percent owner with BP Wind

Flat Ridge 2 | In Operation

  • Location: Near Wichita, KS
  • Capacity: 419 MW*
  • Capacity: 51 MW*
  • Homes Powered: About 125,000
  • Completed: Late 2012
  • Customer: Associated Electric Cooperative, Inc., Southwestern Electric Power Co., Arkansas Electric Cooperative Corporation
    *50 percent owner with BP Wind

Mehoopany Wind | In Operation

  • Location: Wyoming County, PA
  • Capacity: 141 MW*
  • Homes Powered: More than 40,000
  • Completed: Late 2012
  • Customer: Old Dominion Electric Cooperative, Southern Maryland Electric Cooperative, Inc.
    *50 percent owner with BP Wind

Broken Bow 2 | In Construction

  • Location: Custer County, NE
  • Capacity: 75 MW
  • Homes Powered: About 30,000
  • Completed: Late 2014
  • Customer: Nebraska Public Power District

Mesquite Power | In Operation

  • Location: Arlington, AZ
  • Capacity: 1,250 MW
  • Homes Powered: About 940,000
  • Completed: December 2003
  • Customer: Southwest U.S. wholesale markets
    *50 percent owner with Salt River Project

Bay Gas Storage | In Operation

  • Location: Southwest Alabama
  • Capacity:
    Total working gas capacity: 15.5 Bcf
    Total injection capacity: 450 MMcfd
    Total withdrawal capacity: 1,800 MMcfd
  • Pipeline Connections:
    Florida Gas Transmission
    Gulf South Pipeline
    Transco’s 4A Lateral
  • Commercial Operation: 1994

Mississippi Hub | In Operation

  • Location: Simpson County, Mississippi
  • Capacity:
    Total working gas capacity: 15 Bcf
    Total injection capacity: 450 MMcfd
    Total withdrawal capacity: 1,200 MMcfd
  • Pipeline Connections:
    Southern Natural Gas (SoNat)
    Southeast Supply Header (SESH)
    Transcontinental Gas Pipeline
  • Commercial Operation: August 2010

LA Storage | In Development

  • Location: Cameron Parish, Louisiana
  • Capacity: 24 billion cubic feet (Bcf)
  • Size: 5.1 miles, 36-inch diameter pipeline
  • Pipeline Connections: Cameron Interstate Pipeline

Rockies Express Pipeline | In Operation

  • Location: Northwestern Colorado to eastern Ohio
  • Capacity: 1.8 billion cubic feet (Bcfd) per day
  • Size: 1,700 miles, 42-inch diameter pipeline
  • Commercial Operation: November 2009

Rockies Express Pipeline | In Operation

  • Location: Northwestern Colorado to eastern Ohio
  • Capacity: 1.8 billion cubic feet (Bcfd) per day
  • Size: 1,700 miles, 42-inch diameter pipeline
  • Commercial Operation: November 2009

Rockies Express Pipeline | In Operation

  • Location: Northwestern Colorado to eastern Ohio
  • Capacity: 1.8 billion cubic feet (Bcfd) per day
  • Size: 1,700 miles, 42-inch diameter pipeline
  • Commercial Operation: November 2009

Cameron Interstate Pipeline | In Operation

  • Location: Cameron Parish, Louisiana
  • Capacity: 2.35 Bcfd
  • Size: 36 miles, 42-inch diameter pipeline
  • Commercial Operation: November 2009

LA Storage Pipeline | In Operation

  • Location: Sulphur, Louisiana
  • Pipeline Connections:
    Cameron Interstate Pipeline
    Florida Gas Transmission Company
    Tennessee Gas Pipeline Company
    Texas Eastern Transmission Company
    Transcontinental Gas Pipeline
    Trunkline Gas Company
  • Commercial Operation: August 2010

Southern Gas Transmission | In Operation

  • Location: Claiborne, Alabama
  • Capacity: 50-mile pipeline
  • Commercial Operation: 1992

Willmut Gas | In Operation

  • Location: Hattiesburg, Mississippi

Solar

Solar

In just one hour, the earth receives more energy from the sun than the entire world uses in a whole year.

Solar energy is the most abundant renewable energy source on the planet. And with some of the strongest solar resources stretching across the Southwestern U.S., the sun drives our country's transition to a cleaner future.

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Wind

Wind

The land-based wind energy resource in the United States is over 10,000,000 megawatts, which could produce enough electricity to power the entire country 10 times over.

The wind provides another free and inexhaustible source of clean energy. Wind turbines harness the kinetic energy of moving air and convert it into electricity without releasing harmful air emissions or consuming water.

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Natural Gas

Natural Gas

The natural gas industry supports nearly 3 million jobs and adds more than $385 billion to the national economy.

Natural gas is a clean, reliable fuel that fulfills the growing demand for new sources of energy. And with abundant supplies found right here at home, natural gas can help power America’s future for generations.

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