Platte River uses several sources of electricity generation capacity to meet its wholesale obligations to its four owner communities including:

Rawhide unit 1

Rawhide
unit 1
Coal
Rawhide Units A, B, C, D, F

Rawhide units
A, B, C, D, F
Natural gas
Craig units 1 and 2

Craig units
1 and 2***
Coal
Federal _hydropower

Federal
hydropower
Hydropower
Medicine Bow Wind Project

Medicine Bow
Wind Project
Wind
Spring Canyon Wind_Energy Center

Spring Canyon Wind
Energy Center**
Wind
Silver Sage Windpower Project

Silver Sage
Windpower Project*
Wind

Rawhide Flats Solar

Rawhide
Flats Solar
Solar
*As of October 2018, Silver Sage RECs and associated energy have been sold and cannot be claimed as a renewable resource by Platte River or its owner communities.

**As of the Roundhouse wind project’s commercial operation date, Spring Canyon RECs and associated energy will have been sold and cannot be claimed as a renewable resource by Platte River or its owner communities, until its return to Platte River’s system on June 1, 2030.

***Two 25 MW sales of Craig generation were made to two separate entities which will help support the integration of renewables on Platte River’s system. The first 25 MW sale, a three year sale, begins Jan. 1, 2020. The second 25 MW sale begins Sept. 1, 2019, and runs through June 30, 2024.
Total summer effective capacity
928 MW
Note: For reliability calculations, wind facilities are assigned firm capacity of 12.5 percent of their nameplate capacity and solar facilities are assigned 30 percent of their nameplate capacity.

Projected deliveries of energy in 2019 (communities)