power station

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power station

an electrical generating station

power station

[′pau̇·ər ‚stā·shən]
(mechanical engineering)
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The transaction will result in an integrated project in which the group will own a gas supply with proved recoverable gas reserves estimated to exceed 60 billion cubic feet and a gas turbine powered electrical power station with a capacity ranging from 40 to 45 megawatts.
Already much has been done at the electrical power stations at Narva.
Technical guide intended for government and private purchasers who manage purchases of strategic dimensions--introduces the basic notion of performance requirement and discusses methods for achieving it; analyses in detail purchases in the construction and equipment sectors, covering identification of needs, search for financing, notion of overall cost, tender inquiry and selection of companies and performance process criteria; describes selected public procurement procedures; gives examples of the fulfilment process, and accounts of personal experiences of buyers; addresses ethical issues related to purchasing; includes a list of related Internet resources, description of different types of electrical power stations and a bibliography.
Both studies found the reception of the satellite signals to be adversely impacted by shielding from buildings of certain materials (concrete, steel), electrical power stations, and to some extent vehicle body panels.
Energy is back on the hot technology list and fuel cells are candidates for everything from laptop battery replacements and vehicle engines to generators for small--to mid-sized electrical power stations.
Bush's inaugural in 1989, he bumped into John Wing, an old West Point buddy, who was working in the newly deregulated energy market building electrical power stations.

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