Dairyland Power Cooperative

Weston #4 Coal-Fired Power Plant

Weston #4 Power Plant

The Weston 4 power plant, of which Dairyland Power Cooperative has a 30 percent ownership interest, achieved commercial operation on June 30, 2008.

The newly constructed 525 MW (nominal rating) power plant uses clean coal technology, a high efficiency boiler, low sulfur coal as fuel and features sophisticated emission controls to minimize environmental impacts. Wisconsin Public Service Corp., the majority owner, constructed and operates the plant which is located near Wausau, Wis.

Weston 4’s state-of-the-art design led it to be designated as Power Magazine’s 2008 Plant of the Year. “We are proud to be a partner in Weston 4, which is supplying our members with the clean, reliable electricity they need,” said Bill Berg, Dairyland President and CEO.

Construction on the $774 million project began in October 2004. The massive project required nearly 1,000 construction workers, who built the plant safely and on-schedule.

Visit Wisconsin Public Service’s Weston #4 site

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