National Pipe and Plastics of Vestal is looking into the power plant, located on a corner of the Anitec site.
Binghamton Mayor Matthew Ryan says the city has been coordinating with Pipe and Plastics to determine if the power plant can be used as a tool for economic development.
But, that's all anyone wants to say, so the details are vague.
"We want to emphasize from day one that we've been focusing on that site. And we hope to play a big role in marketing that and trying to find people to go to the Anitec site," says Ryan.
Both the city and National Pipe and Plastics of Vestal don't want to say any more than that because discussions are still in the early stages.
Others, like the Boys and Girls Club, are also looking into the 32 acres of property.