Here to meet the Project Team.
Bowie Power Station is a 1,000 megawatt electric generation facility planned
for southeastern Arizona near the community
of Bowie in Cochise County.
natural gas will serve as the fuel source.
is being developed by SouthWestern Power Group to meet the growing demand
residential property tax burden in Cochise County should be reduced
because of millions of new tax dollars the facility will pay
direct and indirect local tax revenue to support schools, police, fire,
libraries and the Cochise County general fund
- 20-40 high-paying
payroll projected to be $1 - $2 million annually
and reliable source of electricity to keep lights on and air conditioners
- Baseload electricity supplies
are needed in Arizona where statewide growth is continuing at over 3%,
or 200,000 people, each year
emissions by using clean natural gas and modern control systems
24-hour monitoring will ensure emission control systems function in
accordance with state and federal air quality laws and regulations
- Water use
will be less than historical agricultural operations
- Water recycling
will be incorporated to maximize efficiency and minimize use
- Waste heat
is recycled to generate additional electricity using steam turbine technology
permits for construction, operation and maintenance have been granted,
including zoning, air permit and Certificate of Environmental Compatibility.
procurement and construction (EPC) is being handled by MMR
Group based in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.