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Indianapolis Power & Light issues request for 200 MW to replace coal capacity

Indianapolis Power & Light Co. is tapping Sargent & Lundy for an all-sources request for proposals seeking 200 MW of firm capacity resources.

The process started on Dec. 20 and bid submissions are due by 5 p.m. CT on Feb. 28, 2020, according to a news release.

The RFP will take into consideration all resources to competitively procure replacement capacity by June 1, 2023, as it retires two coal-fired units at the Petersburg plant. Unit 1, which has a nameplate capacity of 282 MW, will be retired in 2021 and unit 2, with a nameplate capacity of 523 MW, will be retired in 2023.

The utility aims to procure the replacement capacity by June 2023.

Additional information is available at IPLpower.com/RFP. IPL is a subsidiary of AES Corp.