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In the Bay Area, as in the entire state of California, a certain amount of air pollution comes from stationary industrial sources, such as refineries and power plants. However, a greater percentage of harmful air emissions come from cars and trucks, construction equipment, and other mobile sources.

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Russell City Energy Center

 

 

The District has approved the Prevention of Significant Deterioration ("PSD") Permit for the Russell City Energy Center on February 3, 2010. The effective date of the PSD permit is March 22, 2010. The final permit, the response to comments document, the permit transmittal letter, and other documents are available below.

The Russell City Energy Center is a proposed natural gas fired combined-cycle power plant that would have a nominal output of 600 megawatts. It is proposed to be located at 3862 Depot Road, near the corner of Depot Road and Cabot Blvd., in Hayward, CA.

Any questions may be directed to Weyman Lee, Bay Area Air Quality Management District, 939 Ellis Street, San Francisco, CA, 94109, by email at weyman@baaqmd.gov , or by phone at (415) 749-4796.

 

 

Last Updated: 10/4/2010