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Lordstown Energy Center is proud to be at the forefront of providing technologically advanced power-generating solutions for Ohio’s energy needs.

LEC is a 940 MW combined-cycle natural-gas-fueled electric generation facility located in the village of Lordstown, Ohio. The facility provides safe, clean, efficient and reliable power supply to approximately 850,000 homes and businesses served by PJM Interconnection’s regional transmission network.

LEC leverages recent advancements in cost-effective facility equipment and infrastructure, including flexible operational capabilities to accommodate renewable integration in the future. The primary equipment includes proven, advanced Siemens combustion turbines, steam turbines and generators arranged in a combined-cycle facility.

LEC features state-of-the art emissions control equipment in the form of dry, low-NOX burners, CO catalytic oxidation systems, NOx-reduction systems and a cooling tower with high-efficiency drift eliminators. Remote monitoring and diagnostic services are provided by Siemens under a long-term service agreement to enhance reliability, availability and operational performance.

LEC is a much-needed, reliable and environmentally friendly source of electricity for the region.

For more information, view our LEC Fact Sheet.


 

About Lordstown

  • Growing industrial center in Northeastern Ohio

 

  • Home since 1966 to one of General Motors Corp.’s largest car assembly plants.

 

  • Also home to Anderson Dubose Co., a supplier of paper products to McDonald’s and Chipotle restaurants, and Matalco, an aluminum manufacturer

 

  • History dates to the Revolutionary War. Lordstown was part of the “Fire Lands” provided as compensation for Connecticut landowners whose land was destroyed during the war

 

  • Population is approximately 3,240

 

  • Incorporated as a village in 1975