The Burbank Water and Power and adjacent Magnolia Power project is a 323 Megawatt Combined Cycle electrical power generation facility. Complete with Art Deco Facades and billowing steam.
11″ by 17″ On high quality matte card stock.
Available on backorder
The State of the art Magnolia Power Plant Project is a 323-Megawatt natural gas-fired combined-cycle electrical power generating facility powered by a Model 7FA General Electric combustion turbine generator with a heat recovery steam generator and a steam turbine generator.
It replaced four previous units that were built on the eve of WWII and were a vital source of power for the production of aircrafts at the Lockheed Aircraft Factories.
The new Magnolia plant is twice as efficient and produces 98 percent fewer emissions than the old units it replaced. It is large enough to provide power to several other cities including Anaheim, Glendale, Pasadena, Cerritos and Colton. BWP’s existing electrical switchyard was upgraded to a gas-insulated substation to handle the increased power output.
|17 × 11 in
Heavy Card Stock – Plain