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About Longview Power
Longview Power is an independent power producer, which means they own electricity generation facilities but do not sell to end users and instead sell on the wholesale market.
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Longview Power Overview
- Company Type:Independent Power Producer
- Headquarters:1375 Fort Martin Road
Maidsville, West Virginia 26541
United States of America
- CEO:Stephen Nelson
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Quick Facts About Longview Power
Longview Power generates 16,702.41 megawatt hours from the use of natural gas and ranks 287th out of 3517 suppliers in the nation for this category.
The supplier is ranked 181st in the United States for total electricity production, producing 3,907,108.99 megawatt hours.
Longview Power produces 3,907,108.99 megawatt hours from non-renewable fuel sources, which is 6th out of 9 companies in West Virginia.
Roughly 99.57% of Longview Power's total electricity comes from the use of coal.
Longview Power Energy Makeup
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Power Plants Owned by Longview Power
|Primary Fuel Type
|Toxic Chemical Release
Longview Power PlantLongview Power (100.00%)
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Longview Power FAQ:
Who is the CEO of Longview Power?
Longview Power's current CEO is Stephen Nelson.
What is the phone number for Longview Power?
Longview Power's customer service phone number is (304) 599-0930
What percentage of Longview Power's electricity is produced from nonrenewable fuel sources?
Longview Power generates 100.00% of their electricity from nonrenewable fuel types.
How many power plants are owned by or associated with Longview Power?
There is one power plant owned by or associated with Longview Power.
What percentage of Longview Power's electricity is generated using renewable fuels?
Longview Power produces 0% of their electricity from renewable fuel types.