Providing Services to the Energy Industry

The electric power produced at the facility - between 750 and 850 megawatts - will be enough to supply approximately 750,000 homes with clean power generated using domestic fuel.

Right now, Moxie Liberty expects that the power produced at the facility will be sold into the PJM Interconnection open market, which is an electric transmission grid covering several states (including Pennsylvania) and serving millions of people.  First use of the energy will be local, then regional, then system-wide.  The new power plant will go far to support the need for affordable, reliable electricity in both Bradford County and Pennsylvania.

In order to deliver the power into the electric grid, Moxie Liberty will connect into the 230 kV high voltage transmission system that runs across the project site and ties into the East Towanda Substation.  Some upgrades to the existing transmission system will likely be required to accept the power that will be produced by the facility.  Moxie Liberty is currently working with the transmission owner to determine the exact extent of those upgrades.