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WATCH: This new $600M facility is Middletown’s largest project to date, and you need to see how MASSIVE it is

The ribbon was just cut for the new $600 million NTE Energy Middletown Energy Center on Oxford State road.

The new electric generation plant stands in stark contrast the hulking steel plant across the road. The fuel to run this new plant does not need to be stored or processed on site, which allows for a much smaller foot print and much less infrastructure.

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Construction has finished on NTE Energy’s Middletown Energy Center. The natural gas-fueled power plant represents more than a $600 million investment for the city. The facility will be able to generate 475 megawatts of electricity, enough energy for 400,000 homes, according to company officials. TY GREENLEES / STAFF (Ty Greenlees)

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The Middletown Energy Center is fueled by natural gas and is said to be among the cleanest and most efficient natural gas fired power plants in the United States, according to company officials. 

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Construction has finished on NTE Energy’s Middletown Energy Center. The natural gas-fueled power plant represents more than a $600 million investment for the city. The facility will be able to generate 475 megawatts of electricity, enough energy for 400,000 homes, according to company officials. TY GREENLEES / STAFF (Ty Greenlees)

But don’t let the small size fool you. This power plant puts out 475 megawatts which is enough to power 400,000 homes.

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