Burrstone Energy Center, LLC

The St. Luke's campus has a futuristic $15M co-generation facility for low cost power shared with Utica College. Going Downtown Utica to create a 5th hospital district in our small city isn't about better health care, it's a political move equal to the Urban Renewal of the 50's and 60's that failed.

Why walk away for this wonderful "green" energy investment?


Utica College touts program at onset of project planning UC, Faxton-St. Luke's, Entrust Awarded $1M Grant



NYS has a database of Distributed Generation (DG) projects created by NYSERDA. Click on the facilities below to view details about that facility - all are located here on the St. Luke's Campus, and feed power to the three facilities.

Another firm, CDH Energy Corp, monitors this facility.

Facility Facility Type Developer Primary Fuel Installed Capacity Monitoring
Burrstone Energy Center, LLC
Utica, NY
Multi-Use Facility Cogen Power Technologies Natural Gas 3634 kW 07/01/2009
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05/19/2016
Burrstone Energy Center, LLC, St. Lukes Home
Utica, NY
Healthcare Cogen Power Technologies Natural Gas 330 kW 07/01/2009
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05/19/2016
Burrstone Energy Center, LLC, St. Lukes Hospital
Utica, NY
Hospital Cogen Power Technologies Natural Gas 2200 kW 07/01/2009
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05/19/2016
Burrstone Energy Center, LLC, Utica College
Utica, NY
Educational Facility Cogen Power Technologies Natural Gas 1100 kW 07/01/2009
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05/19/2016

If interested, see a Map Showing All of New York's DG Facilities.



No Studies, No Reports, thus we remain #NoHospitalDowntown