Omaha-based Tenaska was joined by more than 75 state, local and executive officials on Wednesday for a groundbreaking ceremony at its 925 MW natural gas-fired power plant in Westmoreland County, PA. Construction of the Westmoreland Generating Station started earlier this year and it's expected to be complete in late 2018. Tenaska announced in April that it had secured the $780 million in financing needed for the project (see Daily GPI, April 20). The facility is one of dozens of natural gas-fired power plants that have broke ground, been approved or proposed in the state (seeDaily GPI, May 16). It will provide enough electricity to power 925,000 homes in the PJM Interconnection market. Tenaska Pennsylvania Partners LLC, which is comprised of Tenaska andDiamond Generating Corp. affiliates, owns the project.