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Updated: Aug 28, 2022


DeSoto County Plant LLC


FOR LEASE OR SALE

Seeking business partners who require diversified energy sources


Location

DESOTO COUNTY PLANT LLC

3800 NE ROAN ST Arcadia, FL 34266

LNG: -81.81158157266269 LAT: 27.22317010754626 + Sea Level 59ft/18m 34.260 acres = 1.492 million square feet

11,562 Square Foot Office/Warehouse building


DESOTO COUNTY PLANT LLC

3800 NE ROAN ST Arcadia, Florida 34266

LNG: -81.81158157266269 LAT: 27.22317010754626 + Sea Level 59ft/18m 34.260 acres = 1.492 million square feet

11,562 Square Foot Office/Warehouse building

Use

Suitable for Hydrogen Development, Antenna Farm, Data Center, Fuel Cells


Site History

This site was previously owned and operating by the DESOTO COUNTY GENERATING CO LLC. The activity was the generating of electricity utilizing GE 60 Hz Gas Turbines. The electricity was supplied to a transmission company (FPL) which did not renew its seven-year purchase contract. The GE Turbines were removed, and DESOTO COUNTY PLANT LLC purchased the plant. There are no commercial activities currently at the site.


Current Site Information

There are no environmental issues with the site. The entire area is not located in any mandatory evacuation zone.

The plant has three mutually exclusive energy sources

  1. The onsite natural gas hook-up flows at 50 pounds per second at the baseload. Power for three GE 60Hz Gas Turbines (The world’s most powerful). Gas preheating facility on site.

  2. 1.5 M Gallon Diesel Fuel Storage Tank with Unloading Station.

  3. Three-phase electric power capability on-site. The Florida Power and Light Company Substation is adjacent to Plant.

Water supply

  • Two 600ft deep producing water wells

  • 1.3 M Gallon demineralized water storage tank

  • A 750 thousand gallons raw water storage tank

  • 20-year water-use permit from the State of Florida allowing:

  • Annual Average - 76,100 gallons per day

  • Peak Month – 610,000 gallons per day.

  • Drought annual Average 77,400 gallons per day.

Contact Information

Martin F. Klingenberg, President

DesotoWerke@gmail.com

U.S. Cell 239-404-3546

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