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
Roundhouse wind

Roundhouse Wind
Energy Center
Wind

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
1,017 MW
Note: For reliability calculations, wind facilities are assigned firm capacity of 22% of their nameplate capacity and solar facilities are assigned 42% of their nameplate capacity.

Projected deliveries of energy in 2020 (owner communities)