CPV Towantic Energy Center – responding to the call for new energy resources
Connecticut is evolving and so are its energy needs.
The CPV Towantic Energy Center is a custom-designed solution to meet the growing electricity needs of the region.
Located on a secluded 26-acre site in the Woodruff Hill Industrial Park in Oxford, Connecticut, the state-of-the-art CPV Towantic Energy Center will use clean natural gas to create electricity to power over 750,000 Connecticut homes. The facility will employ dry-cooling and the most advanced natural gas turbine and environmental control technology. It will be one of the cleanest conventional electric generating projects in the world when it comes on-line in 2018.
The CPV Towantic Energy Center is being developed by Competitive Power Ventures (CPV), a company with a strong track-record of safely developing and managing state-of-the-art electric generating facilities that create stronger economies while preserving the environment.
CPV is proud to be working with the Oxford community to build this needed facility and help meet the energy and economic needs of Connecticut in an environmentally responsible manner.