Operating in South Texas since 1980, Coleto Creek Power provides electricity to about 400,000 homes and employs 82 operators and staff. The facility is located on more than 8,000 acres in Goliad County, Texas, half way between Houston and Corpus Christi, and its land includes a 3,100-acre lake that was created to provide cooling water for the plant. Integrated with the lake is a public park that draws over 300,000 visitors a year.
Coleto Creek Power's compliance data and information includes:
Coleto Creek Ash Ponds Dike Inspection January 30, 2017
Final Structure Integrity Report, October 13, 2016
Final Coleto Creek Closure Plan
Final Coleto Creek Post-Closure Plan
Final Coleto Creek Control System Plan
Final Coleto Creek Liner Certification Statement Letter
Coleto Creek Power Fugitive Dust Control Plan
Coleto Creek Power 2015 Dam Inspection Report
Annual Assessment of the Effectiveness of the Site Fugitive Dust Control Plan Oct 10 2016
For more information about these reports, please contact Richard Coleman at firstname.lastname@example.org or 361-788-5145.
For news about Coleto Creek Power's community relations program, please see the following news stories:
GDF SUEZ’s Power Plant Marks 35 Years in Operation, Powering South Texas
Coleto Creek Power in the Community
Guadalupe-Blanco River Trust, Guadalupe-Blanco River Authority Announce New Environmental Education, Recreational Opportunities for Local Residents Thanks to Conservation Easement Donated by GDF SUEZ