STAMP is designed, engineered, and permitted to deliver high-capacity infrastructure to power advanced manufacturing on our 1,250-acre mega site.
In 2021, STAMP is achieving the first phase of significant utility infrastructure construction, and the commencement of the construction phase for STAMP's 500 MW+ main electric substation. Build-readiness has also been achieve for all other high-capacity utility infrastructure with the completion of final design, engineering and permitting.
These achievements enable projects to move forward without delay, as all utility requirements can be achieved within a project's construction window and with flexibility to specific project requirements.
All STAMP infrastructure is designed, engineered and constructed to achieve high standards for reliability, including redundancies and systems hardened for all weather events.
Capacity at Current Phasing: 500 MW+
Source: New York Power Authority (Transmission), National Grid (Distribution)
Facilities: Niagara Power Project (NYPA), STAMP Main Substation (500 MW+), On-Site 115-KV Circuits (National Grid)
Delivery: 100% renewable sourced hydropower available at delivered costs of < $0.035/KWH
Capacity at Current Phasing: 12 MGD
Source: U.S. Great Lakes (Erie, Ontario)
Facilities: STAMP phased water transmission system, On-Site distrubtion line (constructed to customer requirements)
Delivery: On-Site to STAMP central utility area and customer site by STAMP Water Works Corporation
Capacity at Current Phasing: 11 MGD
Facilities: STAMP force main discharge system, on-site water recycling facility (constructed to customer requirements), on-site phased wastewater treatment facility (constructed to customer requirements)
Delivery: On-Site from STAMP wastewater treatment facility to off-site discharge point by STAMP Wastewater Works Corporation.
Capacity at Current Phasing: 1,000 MCF/HR
Source: Empire Pipeline (National Fuel Gas) Transmission Line, On-Site Distribution Line (National Fuel Gas)(constructed to customer requirements)
Delivery: On-Site to STAMP central utility area and customer site by National Fuel Gas
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