Halton Hills Generating Station

Client: TransCanada
Completion Date: 2010
Location: Halton Hills, Ontario


Halton Hills Power Partners (HHPP), a joint venture between Burns & McDonnell and Aker Kvaerner, served as the engineer-procure-construct (EPC) contractor for the Halton Hills Generating Station. This project is a 2x1 F-class unit with two Siemens SGT6-5000F (501F) gas turbines, two Alstom heat recovery steam generators (HRSGs), a single Alstom steam turbine, and an air-cooled condenser.


  • Engineering
  • Procurement
  • Construction


The Ontario Power Authority (OPA) awarded TransCanada a contract to own and operate a 683-MW natural-gas fired power plant in Halton Hills, Ontario. The Halton Hills Generating Station uses state-of-the-art low emissions technology and meets high environmental standards to fulfill the OPA’s request for additional clean power generation.


  • 100 percent air cooled
  • Fully enclosed HRSGs and steam turbine
  • Single fuel: natural gas
  • High-efficiency with 2,400 psia, 1050 degrees Fahrenheit throttle conditions
  • 690 megawatts (MW) fired
  • 580 MW unfired