Featuring GE 7HA.02 combustion turbines and GE D602 steam turbine system
Total Installed Capacity
1 million homes
Local and Regional Employment
23 full-time plant staff and approximately 75 ancillary jobs
600+ union labor workers over 28-month construction period
In Operation Since
The CPV Fairview Energy Center (CPV Fairview) generates enough reliable electricity on average to power more than 1 million Pennsylvania homes and offset
carbon dioxide emissions equivalent of taking more than 360,000 cars off the road each year. Through our use of General Electric’s (GE) advanced power generation
technology, CPV Fairview provides safe, reliable, cost-effective and environmentally responsible power for PA. CPV Fairview pairs well with less reliable power sources
like wind and solar because it provides a backstop to maintain grid reliability when the wind or sun cuts out.
"Jackson Township fully supports the CPV Fairview Energy Center and recognizes the critical economic benefits it brings to our community."
Bruce BakerChairman, Board of Supervisors of Jackson Township
"I am pleased to welcome CPV to the district. This facility will ignite job growth for real family-sustaining jobs. I am looking forward to partnering with CPV and other similar companies to provide much needed economic growth to the area."
Wayne Langerholc, JrPennsylvania State Senator (R-35)
"This project takes advantage of abundant natural gas to create local, cleaner electricity; puts 30 acres to productive industrial use; and creates hundreds of good-paying construction jobs as well as two dozen permanent ones. That’s a winning trifecta for our area."
Frank BurnsPennsylvania State Representative (D-72)
Safety above all else! On Thursday, September 16, 2021, from 6-9pm, the CPV Fairview Energy Center plans to conduct a confined space drill with Cambria County Emergency Response Personnel. Emergency vehicles will activate their sirens upon arrival to our site, however this is not a real emergency. Our training and preparation is how we maintain an above average safety record for our industry—43% better on Recordable Incident Rates.