Brayton Point Power Station
Sustainable Redevelopment Project: Brayton Point Power Station
Project Overview: In January 2018, CDC announced the purchase of the retired Brayton Point Power Station from Dynegy Inc. As part of the transaction, CDC, by affiliate, purchased real estate assets and assumed responsibility for legacy environmental liabilities associated with the site and its former operators.
Since the ownership transfer, CDC and affiliates have invested significant resources to reposition the 307-acre retired power plant and develop a market-ready plan to transform the former energy asset for post-coal utilization. CDC has received tremendous support for this ownership transfer and for the future redevelopment of the site from local and state leadership.
The 307-acre site at Brayton Point now represents a unique opportunity to advance the emerging US offshore wind energy sector due to its outstanding logistical attributes, including potential access to the regional transmission grid. Additionally, the site boasts close proximity to proposed offshore wind tracts, deep water port potential, and access to a highly skilled workforce in the New England area.
Future home of the Brayton Point Commerce Center – a world class logistical port and support center built to support the emerging US offshore wind energy sector. Learn more at www.BraytonPointCommerceCenter.com.