NRG to exit power plant project in Meriden; Says it doesn’t owe Meriden $1.8M

Mar 7th, 2013 | By | Category: General

MERIDEN — NRG has informed the city that it is withdrawing plans to complete a 544-watt gas-fired power plant in the city’s northwest corner.

NRG provided the city of Meriden with a Notice of Abandonment on April 3, 2012 under the Property Tax Payment Settlement Agreement, said NRG spokesman David Gaier.

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Energy company NRG is challenging an upcoming $1.8 million tax payment to the city due in July, saying it fulfilled a settlement agreement and notified the city last year that it is abandoning a gas-fired power plant project in the city’s northwest corner.

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