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Combined Heat and Power Installations in Rhode Island

City Organization Name Facility Name Application SIC4 NAICS Op Year Prime Mover Capacity (KW) Fuel Class-Primary Fuel
Manufacturer Manufacturing plant Misc. Manufacturing 3999 339999 2016 MT 75 NG - NG
Manufacturer Manufacturing plant Misc. Manufacturing 3999 339999 2016 ERENG 1,250 NG - NG
Burriville Zambarano Memorial Hospital Zambarano Memorial Hospital Designated as Critical Infrastructure Hospitals / Healthcare 8062 62211 2015 B/ST 1,000 WOOD - Wood Waste
East Providence Capstone, East Providence Police Station Office Building Office Building 6512 53112 2012 MT 30 NG - NG
West Warwick Multi-Family Building Multi-Family Building Multi-Family Building 6513 53111 2012 ERENG 80 NG - NG
East Greenwich Saint Elizabeth Home/ American DG Energy Saint Elizabeth Home Designated as Critical Infrastructure Nursing Home 8051 62311 2010 ERENG 75 NG - NG
East Providence Kent Farm Village 28 Apollo Drive Multi-Family Building 6513 53111 2008 ERENG 75 NG - NG
East Providence Kent Farm Village 25 Gemni Drive Multi-Family Building 6513 53111 2008 ERENG 75 NG - NG
Providence Hillcrest Apartments 40 Leander Street Multi-Family Building 6513 53111 2008 ERENG 75 NG - NG
Cranston Taco Inc. Manufacturer Electronics 3699 333 2006 MT 300 NG - NG
Providence Charles Place Multi-Family Building Multi-Family Building 6513 53111 2006 MT 480 NG - NG
Providence Butler Hospital Butler Hospital Designated as Critical Infrastructure Hospitals / Healthcare 8062 62211 2005 MT 240 NG - NG
Cranston NORESCO / Rhode Island Dept of Mental Health Retardation & Hospitals (MHRH) Pastore Center Energy Plant Designated as Critical Infrastructure Hospitals / Healthcare 8062 62211 2003 CT 10,000 OIL - Distillate Fue
East Greenwich The Season Assisted Living The Season Assisted Living Designated as Critical Infrastructure Nursing Home 8051 62311 2003 MT 60 NG - NG
Kingstown DG Energy Solutions / Quonset Point Cogeneration Facility Toray Plastics America Chemicals 2821 325211 2003 CT 20,020 NG - NG
Providence Providence Veterans Affairs Medical Center Providence VA Medical Center Designated as Critical Infrastructure Hospitals / Healthcare 8062 62211 2002 BPST 52 WAST - Steam
Bradford Bradford Dying Associates Inc Bradford Dyeing Association Inc Textiles 2261 313311 1994 B/ST 2,300 OIL - RFO
Pawtucket Pawtucket Power Associates, Inc. Colfax, Inc. Food Processing 2079 311223 1991 CC 69,000 NG - NG
Lincoln Amity Associates 25 Lincoln Center Blvd. - Office Bldg Office Building 6512 53112 1990 ERENG 960 NG - NG
Providence Rhode Island College Rhode Island College Designated as Critical Infrastructure Colleges / Univ. 8221 61131 1990 CT 450 NG - NG
Central Falls Micro Cogenic Systems, Inc. Cartie Nursing Home Designated as Critical Infrastructure Nursing Home 8051 62311 1989 ERENG 22 NG - NG
Warwick Micro Cogenic Systems, Inc. Shalom Apartments Multi-Family Building 6513 53111 1989 ERENG 22 NG - NG
East Providence Micro Cogenic Systems, Inc. Orchard View Manor Designated as Critical Infrastructure Nursing Home 8051 62311 1988 ERENG 22 NG - NG
North Smithfield Alliant Energy / EUA / Highland Energy Partners, L.P. Landmark Medical Center-Fogarty Unit Designated as Critical Infrastructure Hospitals / Healthcare 8062 62211 1987 ERENG 220 NG - NG
Providence Brown University Brown University Central Heating Plant Designated as Critical Infrastructure Colleges / Univ. 8221 61131 1982 B/ST 3,200 OIL - RFO
Providence Rhode Island Hospital Rhode Island Hospital Designated as Critical Infrastructure Hospitals / Healthcare 8062 62211 1974 B/ST 10,400 NG - NG
Cranston State Of Rhode Island RI State Hospital / Central Power Plant Designated as Critical Infrastructure Hospitals / Healthcare 8062 62211 1958 B/ST 12,000 NG - NG
Middletown Newport Athletic Club Newport Athletic Club Amusement / Recreation 7997 71394 ERENG 60 NG - NG

State Summary for Rhode Island

Prime Mover Sites Capacity (KW)
Total 28 132,543
Backpressure Steam Turbine 1 52
Boiler/Steam Turbine 5 28,900
Combined Cycle 1 69,000
Combustion Turbine 3 30,470
Reciprocating Engine 12 2,936
Fuel Cell 0 0
Heat Recovery Steam Generator with a Steam Turbine 0 0
Microturbine 6 1,185
Organic Rankine Cycle 0 0
Other 0 0
Other WHP* 0 0
Steam Rankine Cycle 0 0

Prime Mover Code Descriptions

Prime Mover Code Description
B/ST Boiler/Steam Turbine
CC Combined Cycle
CT Combustion Turbine
FCEL Fuel Cell
MT Microturbine
ERENG Reciprocating Engine
ORC Organic Rankine Cycle
SRC Steam Rankine Cycle
BPST Backpressure Steam Turbine
HRSG/ST Heat Recovery Steam Generator with a Steam Turbine
Other WHP Unknown or Other WHP Cycles
OTH Other

Column Heading Descriptions

Heading Description
City City name
Organization Name Name of the owner or operator of the CHP system
Facility Name Name of the facility that uses the thermal energy from the CHP system
Application Market sector served by the CHP system
SIC4 Standard Industrial Classification, 4-digit code
NAICS North American Industry Classification System code
Op Year Year the CHP system first became operational (years of system expansions are not shown)
Install Year Year of the last installation at the site.
Prime Mover Primary equipment type ( if a site has units of different equipment types, the type accounting for the largest capacity will be shown)
Capacity (kW) Total capacity of all CHP units at the site (kilowatts)
Fuel Type Primary fuel type used by the CHP system

Fuel Code Descriptions

Fuel Code Description
BIOMASS Biomass, LFG, Digester Gas, Bagasse
COAL Coal
NG Natural Gas, Propane
OIL Oil, Distillate Fuel Oil, Jet Fuel, Kerosene, RFO
WAST Waste, Waste Heat, MSW, Black Liquor, Blast Furnace, Gas, Petroleum Coke, Process Gas
WOOD Wood, Wood Waste
OTH Other

*Note: while this system is waste heat to power it may not meet PURPA's definition of cogeneration (aka CHP).

Critical Infrastructure iconCritical Infrastructure (CI) sites are those that fall into overall critical infrastructure facility application types. These facilities may deliver essential services and functions during natural disasters, emergency events, or grid outages, and CHP may allow the facilities to provide reliable electric and thermal energy to maintain our nation’s security, public health and safety, and support sectors.