Niagara Mohawk Nine Mile I & II
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Nine Mile Point is a two-unit nuclear power plant located in Scriba, New York (about 40 miles north of Syracuse). Both units were formerly owned by Niagara Mohawk, which sold them off in an effort to become a slimmer company.
Nine Mile I first provided power to area homes and businesses in 1969. The Oyster Creek Nuclear Generating Station in Forked River, N.J. and Nine Mile I are the two oldest nuclear power plants in the U.S.
Nine Mile II was issued its operating license in 1987. Its rated power capacity of 1,148 megawatts is nearly double the output of Unit I.
In 2001 Constellation Energy Group completed its purchase Of Nine Mile I from Niagara Mohawk. As part of the same deal, Constellation also bought 82% of of Nine Mile II, including Niagara Mohawk’s 41% stake in the plant. The remaining 18 percent of Unit 2 is owned by the Long Island Power Authority.
Years of Operation: 1970-Present
Address: Scriba, New York