The size of Kodak Park is like 5 miles long and 2+ miles wide. There are hundreds of manufacturing buildings, so, Eastman decided he needed to generate his own power. The place is big enough that there was a generating station at either end of "The Park". The only way Kodak's power was cut off from a building is if it was an outlying building being sold off and the buyer didn't want to be connected to Kodak for its power. They usually decided to stay because it was cheaper. It was a city unto itself and was completely self-sustaining. The whole coal thing is dirty and a PITA, so, they're just buying buying gas from Rochester Gas and Electric. Sad.
No. I think the plants were sold to an energy outfit that is providing its own gas.
I worked on several buildings (29.30. 54) and the incinerator at the park.
And Gencor next door.
We were a outside contractor doing chemical containment
Interesting place to work.
What building did you work in?