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Port Westward Unit 2

Oregon, USA

224 MW



“This flexibility allows us to adjust quickly when wind and solar energy rise and fall with natural variability.”

- Rick Tetzloff, Project Manager, Portland General Electric



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Port Westward Unit 2

Portland General Electric Company (PGE) is an investor-owned utility (IOU) located in the Pacific Northwest, which provides electric service to industrial, commercial and residential customers in Portland, Oregon, and surrounding communities. Today, PGE serves more than 800,000 customers within their 4000-square-mile service territory comprising 52 Oregon cities. In 2009, PGE submitted an Integrated Resource Plan to the Oregon Public Utility Commission (OPUC) which stated the need for approximately 200 MW of flexible peaking capacity.

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Main data


   Customer   Portland General Electric (Utility) 
   Type   Wärtsilä 50SG gas power plant
   Operating mode   Peak load/stand-by & emergency
   Gensets   12 x Wärtsilä 18V50SG
   Total output   224 MW
   Fuel   Natural gas
   Scope   Engineering & equipment (EEQ)
   Delivered   2014

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Animation of a power plant featuring 12 x Wärtsilä 18V50SG engines producing a total output of 220MW.

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Contact info

If you want to know more about the Port Westward project, please contact

John Robbins
Business Development Manager, Us, Canada & Caribbean
Wärtsilä Power Plants
+1 (503) 432-8335

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