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The Lordstown Energy Center features Siemens H-class technology, designed for fast, flexible operation to support renewable integration into the region.

Capable of supplying power for approximately 850,000 households and businesses, the LEC includes two SGT6-8000H gas turbines, one SST6-5000 steam turbine, two air-cooled SGen6-1200A generators, one hydrogen-cooled SGen6-2000H generator and two heat recovery steam generators, as well as the electrical equipment and the instrumentation control system, SPPA-T3000.

Siemens also services the LEC with advanced remote monitoring and diagnostics, part of the Siemens Digital Services portfolio.

 

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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