Great River Energy has announced plans to retire the Stanton Station power plant by May 2017.
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- Located near Stanton, North Dakota, on a 250-acre site on the bank of the Missouri River
- One turbine generator rated at 189 megawatts
- Began operating in 1966 with one boiler a second “supplemental” boiler added in 1982
- Uses approximately 850,000 tons of coal each year
- Approximately 65 employees