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Redhawk Power Plant Expansion Project

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Location: Arlington, AZ
Estimated Completion Date: Spring 2028


Project description

APS proposes to expand its existing Redhawk Power Plant. The expansion includes the addition of eight new natural gas units, adding up to 397 megawatts (MW) to the energy grid by 2028 – enough to serve 63,520 Arizona homes.

Project need

There is significant growth in demand for energy in our service territory, and we are preparing to meet nearly 40% load growth by 2031. These new units will provide much-needed energy during the late-afternoon and evening hours, when customer energy use is highest. We are committed to providing reliable and affordable service and use a rigorous selection process and detailed analysis to determine the best combination of resources to serve customers. Our natural gas fleet is an important part of a diverse energy mix and a critical partner to the large quantities of solar and battery energy storage we’re adding to our system.

These new units are necessary to support the reliable service our customers count on. Modern natural gas units, like those planned for this location, provide flexible, on-demand energy when customers need it most.  

The Redhawk Power Plant is a key component of our energy infrastructure. Adding additional units at Redhawk maximizes the current infrastructure and gas pipeline capacity to generate reliable energy for Arizona. 

Public open house

Join us to learn more about the APS Redhawk Power Plant Expansion Project at our in-person open house. Come by at your convenience to meet with APS representatives and to discuss the project one on one.

Thursday, June 6, 2024
4:00 - 8:00 p.m.
Arlington Elementary School
9410 South 355th Avenue (map)
Arlington, AZ 85322

Virtual open house

You can also attend our virtual open house at any time online to learn more about the project: www.apsredhawkproject.com.

We encourage you to submit questions or comments about the project by June 20, 2024 so they can be included when we file the application for the plant’s Certificate of Environmental Compatibility (CEC) with the Arizona Corporation Commission.  You can submit comments by phone at (800) 484-1358 or email to apsredhawkproject@aps.com.

Resources:

Newsletter April 2024

Air Permit Revision Application


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