John Twitty Energy Center Unit 2, Springfield, Missouri

Peltier, Dr. Robert
October 2011
Power;Oct2011, Vol. 155 Issue 10, p36
Trade Publication
The article presents information on the John Twitty Energy Center (JTEC) Unit 2, located in Springfield, Missouri. It is owned and operated by City Utilities of Springfield, and is stated to have started in 1976. John Twitty, retired City Utilities General Manager, believes that a balance of reliable, affordable, and responsible power has been met, with this unit. Information on the construction and designing of new unit started in 2006, and equipment installed at the center, is presented.


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