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power station

an electrical generating station

power station

[′pau̇·ər ‚stā·shən]
(mechanical engineering)
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ROVA remains the only electrical generating station in North Carolina to achieve this status.
The Mojave Solar Project will use a similar size and type of Abengoa Solar parabolic trough technology as the system that will be installed at the Solana Electrical Generating Station announced in 2008 near Phoenix, Arizona.
NYSE: NRG) has begun a pilot project at the Company's Big Cajun II electrical generating station to evaluate local conditions for growing switchgrass and high-biomass sorghum as renewable biomass fuels.
Entergy Corporation (NYSE:ETR)(New Orleans) has completed the erection phase of the 570MW Harrison County Electrical Generating Station in Texas.
The 12 power plants to be acquired by Sithe are: Mystic Electrical Generating Station, which is comprised of five independent generating units in Everett, MA (890 MW); New Boston Electrical Generating Station, which is comprised of two independent generating units and also the site of a oil-fired combustion turbine generator in South Boston (776 MW); Edgar Station in Weymouth, MA (21 MW); Framingham Station in Framingham, MA (32 MW); West Medway Station, which is comprised of three dual-fuel combustion turbine units (122 MW); Wyman Station in Yarmouth, Maine (36 MW).