St. Joseph Energy Center

New Carlisle, Indiana



St Joseph Energy, LLC

Original Design

Designed under First Principles - Bending and Hoop Stress

Helix Dosage

42 lbs/cy of Helix 5-25 die 36" x 30" Ringwall Foundation

The St. Joseph Energy Center is a natural gas-fired, combined-cycle power plant located in New Carlisle, IN. The project was built in two phases, both of roughly 700 MW and is estimated to serve 450,000 households.

The entire output from the Phase I was supplied to PJM, a regional transmission organisation (RTO) that serves all or parts of the 13 states in the north-eastern US as well as in Washington D.C.

The 700MW Phase II power plant was interconnected with the Midcontinent Independent Transmission System Operator’s (MISO) regional transmission system at Northern Indiana Public Service Company’s (NIPSCO) Stillwell substation.