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AMP Fremont Energy Center Revenue Bonds

The AMP Fremont Energy Center (AFEC) is a 675-megawatt (MW) natural gas combined cycle (NGCC) facility in Fremont, Ohio.

As an intermediate power source, AFEC has a capacity of 512 MW (unfired) and includes duct-firing that allows an additional 163 MW of generation during peak demand periods. AFEC consists of two combustion turbines, two heat recovery steam generators and one steam turbine and condenser.

AMP owns 90.69 percent of AFEC on behalf of 86 participating AMP members in seven states and 4.15 percent on behalf of Central Virginia Electric Cooperative. The Michigan Public Power Agency owns the remaining 5.16 percent.

The plant reached full commercial operation in January 2012. Learn more about AFEC here.

AMP Fremont Energy Center Bonds

Bond Ratings*
AMP Fremont Energy Center Bonds

Moody's A1
Fitch A-
Official Statements

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*AMP Bonds are secured by a power sales contract between AMP and its participating members, relating to the respective project. They are not secured by the general credit of AMP.