Redbud Power Plant
OperatingNatural Gas Power Plant           Total Power
1433.6 MW
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Address

20922 Triple XXX Road
Luther, OK 73054
United States
Oklahoma County
Latitude: 35.68601
Longitude: -97.22459
Year Opened: 2004
Water Source: Municipality
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Data Sources

EIA 2008
EIA 2012 Form 860
EIA 2014 Form 860
Updated on 12-31-2008
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CORPORATIONS
NameRelationOwnership
Grand River Dam AuthorityOwner36%
Oklahoma Gas & Electric CoOwner51%
Oklahoma Municipal Power AuthOwner13%




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Environmental Justice Analysis

Distance (miles)0 2.5 5 10 25
American Indian2.6%2.6%3.3%4.3%3.3%
Asian0.2%0.2%0.2%0.3%2.2%
Black2.0%2.0%4.6%4.7%18.0%
Hispanic3.4%3.4%3.9%4.1%5.2%
White86.1%86.1%82.7%82.2%67.2%
Population1,6611,6612,36310k352k
Income$51k$51k$51k$79k$60k
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Unit Information

PowerTypeStatusFuel
199 MWBurner: Internal Combustion Engine - Combined CycleOperatingNatural Gas
160 MWBurner: Internal Combustion Engine - Combined CycleOperatingNatural Gas
199 MWBurner: Internal Combustion Engine - Combined CycleOperatingNatural Gas
160 MWBurner: Internal Combustion Engine - Combined CycleOperatingNatural Gas
199 MWBurner: Internal Combustion Engine - Combined CycleOperatingNatural Gas
160 MWBurner: Internal Combustion Engine - Combined CycleOperatingNatural Gas
199 MWBurner: Internal Combustion Engine - Combined CycleOperatingNatural Gas
160 MWBurner: Internal Combustion Engine - Combined CycleOperatingNatural Gas

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Estimated Electricity Production and Carbon Intensity
 Tons CO2MWh EnergyIntensity
2000 200,050452,200442
present 1,915,5004,420,400433
future 1,915,5004,420,400433

The average US citizen produces 19 tons of CO2.
This power plant produces as much CO2 as 100,816 people.



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