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power station

an electrical generating station

power station

[′pau̇·ər ‚stā·shən]
(mechanical engineering)
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It owns and operates three coal-fired electrical generating stations in Kansas.
More than 70 percent of Luscar's average annual production is delivered to electrical generating stations in Canada.
Bohoslawee, stated, "We expect to call on Wataire International to supply significant quantities of commercial industrial equipment for us to utilize with our electrical generating stations and produce clean safe drinking water.
Across the Southeast market region, which is comprised of Alabama, Florida, Mississippi, Georgia, and Tennessee, companies with manufacturing plants and electrical generating stations have plans to invest over $17 billion in capital and maintenance projects that are slated to begin construction in 2006.
This unprecedented alliance, first formed in 1995, was designed to help Austin Energy improve performance and reduce costs across the company's fleet of electrical generating stations in Central Texas.
The documentation included updated mathematical modeling estimates of the station's effects on aquatic life, long-term abundance data on the species of concern, data from other electrical generating stations where modeling estimates proved inaccurate, and detailed engineering and cost estimates for building cooling towers at the station.
This unprecedented alliance, first formed in 1995, was designed to help LCRA improve performance and reduce costs across the company's fleet of electrical generating stations in Central Texas.
Kerry Yeager, Project Director for AES Wolf Hollow, commented, "With the broadest community support imaginable, AES has been able to develop one of the cleanest and most efficient electrical generating stations in Texas.