Curtis Palmer

Corinth, New York

The Curtis Palmer facility consists of two run-of-river hydroelectric generating stations located on the Hudson River that commenced commercial operations in their current configuration in 1986. The Curtis station, located 2,700 feet upstream of the Palmer station, has an output of 12 MW. The Palmer station has a capacity of 48 MW. Atlantic Power indirectly owns a 100% ownership interest in the facilities. Curtis Palmer holds a 40-year hydroelectric license from the FERC that expires in 2040.

The Curtis Palmer facility sells its output to Niagara Mohawk Power Corporation under a fixed price power purchase agreement that expires the earlier of December 2027 or delivery by the station of 10,000 GWh, which is currently expected to occur in the first quarter of 2026.

Atlantic Power operates and manages the facility.

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Curtis Palmer

Corinth, New York
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Niagra Mohawk
Power Corp.
PPA Expiry: December 2027
S&P Credit Rating: A-