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Generation & Transmission

At CIPCO, we have a responsibility to provide competitively priced electricity to our member owners. We believe energy policy must be based on a balanced, common-sense approach that ensures consistent, maintained, adequate levels of electric power supply and a reliable transmission system to move the power to the members' distribution points. In this pursuit, CIPCO maintains a portfolio of generation resources which emphasize ownership of production assets supplemented by market purchases.

As a state-of-the-art energy provider, we are meeting our members’ needs with a diverse fuel mix of coal, nuclear, hydro, wind, solar, landfill gas generation, natural gas, and oil energy resources. We continue to invest in new technology and renewable energy production, supporting Iowa's development of renewable energy resources. To learn more about each of our generation sources select from the links located below the map.

CIPCO Generation Sources throughout member territory

   1     Western Area Power Administration        
   2     Hancock County Wind Energy Center, Garner 
   3     Elk Wind Farm, Greeley     
   4     Hawkeye Wind Farm, Hawkeye     
   5     Rippey Wind Farm, Grand Junction     
   6     Pioneer Grove Wind Farm, Mechanicsville     


       7    Summit Lake Generating Plant, Creston
       8    NextEra Energy Duane Arnold, LLC, Palo
       9   Louisa Generating Station, Muscatine
      10   Walter Scott, Jr. Energy Center #3 & #4, Council Bluffs
      11   Linn County Solid Waste Agency, Marion
 12-17  Solar Sites, Osceola, Pella, Marshalltown, 
Urbana, Wilton and Corning
       18   Heartland Divide Wind Energy Center, Audubon


All or some of the renewable energy credits associated with the generation
may have been sold or may be sold in the future to other parties.

Transmission assets for delivering power to membership



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