List of power stations in Pennsylvania

This is a list of electricity-generating power stations in Pennsylvania, sorted by type and name.

Hydroelectric power stations

Name Location (County) Coordinates Capacity (MW) Status
Holtwood Dam Lancaster and York 49|37|N|76|20|07|W| name=Holtwood Dam

}} || 109 || Operational

Muddy Run Pumped Storage Facility Lancaster 48|29|N|76|17|53|W| name=Muddy Run Pumped Storage Facility

}} || 1,071 || Operational

Safe Harbor Dam Lancaster and York 55|14|N|76|23|33|W| name=Safe Harbor Dam

}} || 2,035 || Operational

Seneca Pumped Storage Generating Station Warren 50|21|N|79|00|13|W| name=Seneca Pumped Storage Generating Station

}} || 435 || Operational

York Haven Dam Dauphin, Lancaster and York 07|03|N|76|42|55|W| name=York Haven Dam

}} || 20 || Operational

Nuclear power stations

Name Location (County) Coordinates Capacity (MW) Status
Beaver Valley Nuclear Generating Station Beaver 37|23|N|80|25|50|W| name=Beaver Valley Nuclear Generating Station

}} || 1,890 || Operational

Limerick Nuclear Power Plant Montgomery 13|35|N|75|35|14|W| name=Limerick Nuclear Power Plant

}} || 2,268 || Operational

Peach Bottom Nuclear Generating Station York 45|30|N|76|16|5|W| name=Peach Bottom Nuclear Generating Station

}} || 2,224 || Operational

Susquehanna Steam Electric Station Luzerne 5|19|N|76|8|56|W| name=Susquehanna Steam Electric Station

}} || 2,275 || Operational

Three Mile Island Nuclear Generating Station Dauphin 09|14|N|76|43|29|W| name=Three Mile Island Nuclear Generating Station

}} || 802 || Operational

Wind power stations

See also


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