Trimble County 2
ProposedCoal Power Plant           
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Bedford, KY
United States
Trimble County
Latitude: 38.59037
Longitude: -85.4043
Burner: Unknown Type
Cost (in millions): 1100
Notes
In January 2009, the developer resubmitted an air permit application.

In November 2009, local residents spoke out against the expansion of the coal ash pond at the Trimble County facility. The residents also opposed the new wastewater discharge permit LG & E was granted for the new facility.

On February 9, 2004, IMEA entered into a Participation Agreement (Trimble County 2 Participation Agreement) among IMEA, Louisville Gas & Electric Company (LG&E), Kentucky Utilities, an affiliate of LG&E, and the Indiana Municipal Power Agency (collectively referred to as Co-owners) which provides for the ownership by IMEA of a 12.12% (approximately 91 MW) undivided interest as tenant in common in Trimble County Unit 2.
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Data Sources

EJN Coal Spreadsheet 2006/2007
EPA 119 Proposed Coal Plants - 2003/2004
Coal Swarm
Sierra Club: Stopping the Coal Rush
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Environmental Justice Analysis

Distance (miles)0 2.5 5 10 25
American Indian0.5%0.5%0.5%0.3%0.3%
Asian0.8%0.8%0.8%0.3%0.8%
Black0.1%0.1%0.1%0.3%2.6%
Hispanic2.7%2.7%2.7%2.0%3.4%
White95.2%95.2%95.2%96.0%91.6%
Population1,6291,6291,62911k139k
Income$51k$50k$69k
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CORPORATIONS
NameRelationOwnership
Louisville Gas & Electric CoOperator 
Louisville Gas & Electric CoOwner 
Kentucky Utilities CoOwner 


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PowerTypeStatusFuelSecondary Fuel(s)
750 MWBurner: SupercriticalProposedCoal Subbituminous Coal

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