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YEAR

ELECTRIC

STEAM

STEAM

TURBINE

COMBUSTION

CYCLE

OTHER TOTAL*

1993

21

27,316

4,124

5,587

339

652

38,039

1994

21

27,263

4,124

6,018

216

1,442

39,084

1995

20

27,107

4,124

5,999

262

1,442

38,954

1996

21

25,950

4,110

6,076

267

3,910

40,334

1997

21

28,848

4,110

6,221

229

3,181

42,610

1998

21

28,885

4,110

6,234

259

2,854

42,363

1999

19

27,456

4,110

6,580

262

4,610

43,037

2000 *

19

25,664

3,174

6,260

241

4,326

114

39,798

2001 *

58

23,537

3,898

6,743

245

6,028

6

40,515

2002 *

58

23,360

3,898

6,849

291

8,889

6

43,351

2003 *

59

22,336

3,902

6,858

294

11,642

6

45,097

2004 *

58

22,128

3,902

7,217

297

12,273

0

45,875

2005 *

63

22,099

3,903

9,589

275

12,399

110

48,437

2006 *

367

16,735

3,903

21,092

246

7,946

0

50,288

2007 *

63

22,089

3,896

16,216

265

7,799

0

50,326

TABLE 11 INSTALLED NAMEPLATE CAPACITY/ SUMMER NET CAPABILITY BY PRIME MOVER* (MEGAWATTS) 1993-2007

HYDRO-

COMBINED

INTERNAL

COMBUSTION

CONVEN- TIONAL

NUCLEAR

  • *

    Beginning 2000, summer net capability is used instead of nameplate capacity as a more conservative measure of capability.

Winter net capability averages approximately 5% higher than summer net capability.

SOURCES:

1993-1999, EIA Form 759 1993-1999, FPSC Form AFAD (RRR)-2 2000-2007, Regional Load and Resource Plan, FRCC.

See Table 14.

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