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The Power Authority is one of New York State's leading suppliers of electricity, operating 16 generating facilities and more than 1,400 circuit-miles of transmission lines.

Hydropower Facilities:

St. Lawrence-Franklin D. Roosevelt
Power Project
Location: Massena, on the St. Lawrence River,
St. Lawrence County
Net Dependable Capability: 820,800 kilowatts
First Commercial Power: July 1958

Niagara Power Project
Location: Lewiston, on the Niagara River,
Niagara County
Net Dependable Capability: 2,682,000 kilowatts
First Commercial Power: January 1961

Blenheim-Gilboa Pumped Storage
Power Project
Location: Blenheim and Gilboa, southwest of Albany, Schoharie County
Net Dependable Capability: 1,169,200 kilowatts
First Commercial Power: July 1973

Small Hydro Facilities:
Ashokan Project, Ulster County
Crescent Plant, Albany and Saratoga Counties
Gregory B. Jarvis Plant, Oneida County
Vischer Ferry Plant, Saratoga and Schenectady Counties

Fossil-Fueled Facilities:

Richard M. Flynn Power Plant
Location: Holtsville, Suffolk County
Net Dependable Capability: 162,700 kilowatts
First Commercial Power: May 1994

Small Clean Power Plants
Locations: New York City (6);
Brentwood, Long Island (1)
First Commercial Power: Summer 2001

500-MW Combined-Cycle Power Plant
Location: Queens, N.Y.
Net Dependable Capability: 520,000 kilowatts
First Commercial Power: December 2005

Astoria Energy II
Location: Queens, N.Y.
Net Dependable Capability: 625,800 kilowatts
First Commercial Power: July 2011

Note: Astoria Energy II is an independently owned facility that has entered into a 20-year supply agreement with NYPA to service its New York City governmental customers.


Energy Control Facility:

Frederick R. Clark Energy Center
Location: Marcy, north of Utica, Oneida County
Opened: June 1980

Headquarters Office:

30 South Pearl Street, Albany, N.Y.,12207-3425

Main Administrative Office:

123 Main Street, White Plains, N.Y., 10601-3170

Corporate Switchboard:

(914) 681-6200