Cadillac Renewable Energy
OperatingBiomass / Wood Incinerator           Total Power
44 MW
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1525 Miltner St.
Cadilliac, MI 49601
United States
Wexford County
Latitude: 44.26166
Longitude: -85.43466
Year Opened: 1993
Water Source: City Of Cadillac Well
Cost (in millions): 58
Notes
Burns residues (tops and limbs) from logging operations for area paper mills, mill waste and recycled wood.

Single stoker-type boiler manufactured by Zurn Industries and a GE steam turbine generator.

The Michigan Department of Environmental Quality, on March 28, 2001, turned down a proposal by a utility in Cadillac to begin burning scrap tires as fuel without modern air pollution controls.

On February 21, 2001, more than 600 Cadillac-area residents turned up at a DEQ public hearing, to argue that in considering allowing tire incineration without scrubbers, the state was turning a solid waste disposal problem into an air quality problem
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EIA 2008
2012 U.S. Biomass Power Map
EIA 2012 Form 860
EIA 2014 Form 860
Updated on 12-31-2008
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CORPORATIONS
NameRelationOwnership
Cadillac Renewable Energy LLCOwner100%
Rollcast EnergyAdmin Services 
Decker Energy Intl IncOperator 


GROUPS
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Cadillac Area Citizens for Clean AirInterested






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Distance (miles)0 2.5 5 10 25
American Indian0.4%0.7%0.6%0.5%0.6%
Asian0.1%0.6%0.9%0.8%0.5%
Black0.2%0.5%0.5%0.5%0.4%
Hispanic2.1%1.9%1.7%1.6%1.6%
White96.4%95.2%94.9%95.3%95.6%
Population1,6646,14911k20k50k
Income$45k$35k$41k$42k$42k
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Unit Information

PowerTypeStatusFuel
44 MWBurner: BoilerOperatingWood Waste Solids

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Estimated Electricity Production
 MWh Energy
2000220,220
present 161,090
future161,090



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