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
*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.