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About Caithness Energy

Caithness Energy is an independent power generator. Independent power producers own electricity generation facilities but do not sell to end users and instead sell on the wholesale market.

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Caithness Energy Overview

  • Company Type:Independent Power Producer
  • Headquarters:565 Fifth Avenue 29th Floor
    New York, New York 10017
    United States of America
  • CEO:James D. Bishop, Jr.

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      Quick Facts About Caithness Energy

      Caithness Energy generates 1,717,655 megawatt hours of electricity from wind energy, which is the 43rd largest total in the country out of 3517 companies.

      Caithness Energy is the 105th highest producer of electricity in the country out of 3517 companies, producing 11,665,204 megawatt hours.

      Caithness Energy is the 108th largest generator of megawatt hours from non-renewable fuel sources out of 3517 companies in the nation.

      Caithness Energy ranks 63rd out of 3517 companies in the nation for total electricity generation from natural gas.

      Caithness Energy produces 14.72% of their electricity from renewable fuel sources, which ranks them 324th out of the 3517 companies we track in the United States.

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      Caithness Energy Energy Makeup

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      Power Plants Owned by Caithness Energy

      PlantCity/CountyStatePrimary Fuel TypeProduction (MWh)Emission (kg)Emissions/MWhToxic Chemical ReleaseClosing Date
      Moxie Freedom Generation PlantCaithness Energy (100.00%)
      Luzerne County PA Natural Gas 7,484,5032,567,291,333.04343.01
      Caithness Long Island Energy CenterCaithness Energy (100.00%)
      Yaphank CDP NY Natural Gas 2,463,046965,208,171.54391.88
      South Hurlburt Wind LLCCaithness Energy (100.00%)
      Gilliam County OR Wind 586,183
      Horseshoe Bend Wind LLCCaithness Energy (100.00%)
      Gilliam County OR Wind 576,444
      North Hurlburt Wind LLCCaithness Energy (100.00%)
      Gilliam County OR Wind 543,971

      Caithness Energy Fuel Makeup

      NATURAL GAS
      Natural Gas
      Natural Gas
      Natural Gas
      Natural Gas
      Natural Gas
      Natural Gas
      Natural Gas
      Natural Gas
      Natural Gas
      85.27%
      WIND
      Wind
      Wind
      14.72%
      DISTILLATE FUEL OIL
      Distillate Fuel Oil
      0.00%

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      Caithness Energy FAQ:

      What percentage of Caithness Energy's electricity is generated using renewable fuel types?

      Electric production plants owned by or associated with Caithness Energy produce 14.72% of their electricity from renewable fuels.

      What is the phone number for Caithness Energy?

      Caithness Energy's customer service phone number is (212) 921-9099

      Who is the CEO of Caithness Energy?

      Caithness Energy's current CEO is James D. Bishop, Jr..

      How many power plants are owned by or associated with Caithness Energy?

      There are 5 power plants owned by or associated with Caithness Energy.

      What percentage of Caithness Energy's electricity is produced from nonrenewable fuel types?

      Electric facilities owned by or associated with Caithness Energy generate 85.28% of their electricity from nonrenewable fuels.

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      Last Reviewed By: King Manalo
      Published: 2022-03-13