List of power stations in Virginia

The following page lists power stations in the U.S. state of Virginia.

Power stations

Name Location Fuel Capacity [MW] Status
Altavista Power Station Altavista Biomass 51 Operational
Bath County Pumped Storage Station PS Warm Springs Hydro 2100 Operational
Bremo Power Station Bremo Bluff Coal 227 Operational
Chesapeake Energy Center Chesapeake Coal 717 Operational
Chesterfield Power Station Chester Coal 1600 Operational
Clover Power Station Clover Coal 865 Operational
Hopewell Power Station Hopewell Biomass 51 Operational
John H. Kerr Dam Roanoke Hydro 227 Operational
Martinsville Dam Martinsville Hydro 1.3 Operational
Mecklenburg Power Station Clarksville Coal 138 Operational
North Anna Nuclear Generating Station Mineral Uranium 1790 Operational
Philpott Dam Bassett Hydro 7 Operational
Pittsylvania Power Station Hurt Biomass 83 Operational
Possum Point Power Station Dumfries Natural Gas, Oil 1661 Operational
Smith Mountain Dam PS Sandy Level Hydro 656 Operational
Southampton Power Station Franklin Biomass 51 Operational
Surry Nuclear Power Plant Surry Uranium 1678 Operational
Virginia City Hybrid Energy Center Wise County Coal 610 Operational
Yorktown Power Station Yorktown Coal, Oil 1141 Operational

*PS indicates a pumped-storage hydroelectric power plant.

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