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AMP Prairie State Energy Campus Revenue Bonds

The Prairie State Energy Campus is a two-unit, supercritical coal-fired power plant and adjacent mine in southern Illinois.

The plant, which reached full commercial operation in 2012, is designed to have a net rated capacity of approximately 1,582 megawatts (MW). AMP is the largest equity owner of the facility at 23.6 percent, which translates to 368 MW. Sixty-eight AMP member communities participate in the project.

Learn more about the Prairie State Energy Campus here.

AMP Prairie State Energy Campus Bonds

Bond Ratings*

Moody's A1
Fitch A-
Official Statements

Offerings Disclaimer

AMP prepared the offering document (Offering Document) relating to its issuance of securities as of its date.

Each Offering Document and the information contained therein speak only as of its date and are subject to amendment or other change without any notice. The information and expressions of opinion therein are subject to change without notice and the posting of information in this archive does not imply that there has been no change in the Prairie State Energy Campus Project since the date of posting of such information. Maintenance of any information on this page is not intended as a republication of such information on any date subsequent to the date on which such information was originally dated. AMP disclaims any duty or obligation either to update the information contained herein or to maintain the availability of such information.

*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.