Cricket Valley Energy Center (CVEC) is a natural gas-fired power plant currently operational on an industrially zoned site off Route 22 in Dover, New York.
The fully-permitted facility currently generates approximately 1,100 megawatt (MW) of electricity, enough to power 1 million homes. The 193-acre property is surrounded by a substantial tree buffer that minimizes visual and noise impacts. The property repurposed an existing energy infrastructure, including electric power lines and a natural gas pipeline. The location was chosen to provide opportunity for economic revitalization, creating jobs and tax revenue for the Town of Dover.
CVEC is owned by a consortium of equity investors that include Advanced Power, TIAA/Nuveen, JERA, BlackRock, Development Bank of Japan, Showa Shell and Kiwoom. EthosEnergy Group is operating the facility and Advanced Power will act as an equity partner and asset manager during operations.
POWER MARKETING: CVEC has wholesale power available for purchase for large energy users seeking long-term agreements. Please contact [email protected] for more information.