AMP Fremont Energy Center
The AMP Fremont Energy Center (AFEC) is a 700-megawatt (MW) natural gas combined cycle (NGCC) facility located in Fremont, Ohio. AFEC supplies intermediate power to participating AMP member communities, which includes DEMEC and other participants. Intermediate power is energy needed Monday – Friday during the 16 highest demand hours. Commercial operations began in 2012.
DEMEC’s members own 115 MW of generation from AFEC, providing valuable low-cost energy which allows DEMEC to keep its rates low.