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Lodi Energy Center: $452 million in the making

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Posted: Wednesday, November 10, 2010 12:00 am

About 125 construction workers spent Tuesday morning driving backhoes, welding and cleaning and installing large nuts to secure a 149-foot tall boiler stack at the Lodi Energy Center. The natural gas power plant is located on 4.4 acres at the city of Lodi's White Slough wastewater plant and will generate 280 megawatts of power of which Lodi will receive 30.

The entire project costs $452 million and will be paid for through bond financing. Lodi Electric Utility users will pay down the utility's $41 million share of the bond debt in their electric utility rates.

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