Shale rules! That’s the lesson of the latest edition of Fortune Magazine’s annual list of public companies with the most stellar three-year profit, revenue, and stock growth. Read the full article here.
829 MW facility is the second of two new power plants developed to take advantage of the Marcellus Shale gas formation MONTGOMERY, PA, August 12, 2014 – Gemma Power Systems, LLC (GPS), together with representatives of Panda Power Funds, Siemens Energy, Inc. and local and state officials today celebrated the groundbreaking of the Patriot Generating
49.9 MW Biomass facility will enter commercial operation later this year Glastonbury, CT. August 4, 2014 - Gemma Power Systems, LLC (GPS) has completed initial synchronization of the Woodville Renewable Power Project with the electric grid operated by the Midwest Independent System Operator (MISO). The 49.9 MW biomass plant in Woodville, TX is being constructed by
In the not too distant past, power plants fueled by natural gas were considered a back-up, a source of electricity at peak times to support coal- and nuclear-generated supplies. Those times are quickly passing. Read the full article here.
Charity Golf Tournament features 148 participants Towanda, PA. June 18, 2014 - Gemma Power Systems, LLC (GPS) sponsored and hosted a golf tournament at Towanda Country Club benefitting Big Brothers Big Sisters of Bradford County, PA. The charity tournament raised $50,000 for the local organization which serves Bradford, Sullivan, and Tioga Counties in Pennsylvania and Tioga
829 MW facility is the first new power plant developed to take advantage of the Marcellus Shale Gas formation GLASTONBURY, CT, May 15, 2014 - Gemma Power Systems, LLC (GPS), together with representatives of Panda Liberty, LLC and local and state officials today celebrated the groundbreaking of the Panda Liberty Generating Station. The power plant, located
Panda Power’s Liberty and Patriot projects being constructed by Gemma-Lane, a joint venture of Gemma Power Systems and Lane Construction are ranked second and third in the region. Read more from the 4/14/2014 issue of ENR: Engineering News Record. 04/14/2014 By Bruce Buckley Major projects moved ahead throughout the mid-Atlantic states in 2013, thanks in large part
Gemma CEO Bill Griffin is interviewed in this article appearing in the 4/14/2014 issue of ENR: Engineering News Record. 04/08/2014 By Housley Carr Panda Power Funds, capitalizing on the need for highly efficient generating capacity in two key electricity markets, is building and planning more new natural-gas-fired combined-cycle units than anyone else in the U.S.
Power Engineering recently featured a news article featuring the Colusa Generation Station, a Gemma Power Systems project. Here’s what they had to say: The Colusa Generation Station, about 70 miles northwest of Sacramento, Calif. near the town of Maxwell, began generating power in December 2010. The two-unit, combined cycle power plant has a generation capacity of