Hudson Generating Station in Jersey City, New Jersey is a two-unit, 1,115-megawatt power plant, owned and operated by PSE&G (PSEG). Unit 1 produces electricity by burning natural gas. Unit 2 (nominal 660 MW) runs mainly on coal, but it can also use natural gas. When running on solid fuel, Unit 2 burns only low sulfur coal to reduce the emissions of sulfur dioxide and utilizes an electrostatic precipitator to control particulate emissions.

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  • Hudson Generating Station in Jersey City, New Jersey is a two-unit, 1,115-megawatt power plant, owned and operated by PSE&G (PSEG). Unit 1 produces electricity by burning natural gas. Unit 2 (nominal 660 MW) runs mainly on coal, but it can also use natural gas. When running on solid fuel, Unit 2 burns only low sulfur coal to reduce the emissions of sulfur dioxide and utilizes an electrostatic precipitator to control particulate emissions.
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  • Unit 2 : December, 1968
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  • Hudson Generating Station in Jersey City, New Jersey is a two-unit, 1,115-megawatt power plant, owned and operated by PSE&G (PSEG). Unit 1 produces electricity by burning natural gas. Unit 2 (nominal 660 MW) runs mainly on coal, but it can also use natural gas. When running on solid fuel, Unit 2 burns only low sulfur coal to reduce the emissions of sulfur dioxide and utilizes an electrostatic precipitator to control particulate emissions.
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