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power station

an electrical generating station

power station

[′pau̇·ər ‚stā·shən]
(mechanical engineering)
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AGL Energy (AGL) notes speculation in relation to a potential sale of the Liddell Power Station, or extension of the operating life of the power station, following comments made by the Prime Minister yesterday.
The Federal Electricity and Water Authority (FEWA) will build seven new power stations in line with the UAE national agenda and Emirates 2021 Vision, reported Khaleej Times.
THE last functioning power station in the West Midlands is to close in the latest jobs blow to the region.
Rugeley Power station, which faces possible closure under government plans to phase out coal-|fired power stations
The boilers being installed in the Medupi and Kusile power stations feature supercritical pressure technologies that enable more efficient power generation than conventional coal-fired power plants.
A senior official at the Egyptian Gas Holding Company (EGAS) revealed to Daily News Egypt that a maximum of 95m cubic metres of gas will be pumped daily, as well as 24,000 tons of fuel oil and 8,000 tonnes of diesel to power stations over the three months of summer.
Dominion Virginia Power, a subsidiary of Dominion (NYSE: D), is closing all of the ash ponds at its Virginia power stations.
The CEGB's power station legacy is now being run down due to age or EU emission regulations for coal-fired power stations.
A MAJOR investment is to be made in crucial emission-reducing green energy technology at a power station in South Wales.
FORMER Blyth Power Station workers are urged to come forward to help out a colleague.
The contribution that atomic power stations has made to the economy of Gwynedd and Anglesey is that it has given work to thousands of families and given them a standard of living that will never be repeated again.
WALES has become the "dirty man of the UK" amid accusations from environmentalists that Whitehall is dumping gas-fired power stations here.