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power station

an electrical generating station

power station

[′pau̇·ər ‚stā·shən]
(mechanical engineering)
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There is an electricity power station nearby and we were worried the rising water could cause an explosion.
Riding his motorbike to a Tokyo electricity power station, Sato passes several personally addressed signs indicating his widespread unpopularity with Japanese citizens.
A NEW electricity power station is to be built at a cost of e250million, it was announced yesterday.
An electricity power station will be set up at the Dammam port at cost of SR 192.
SIR - The Western Mail (June 11) announced the proposed pounds 800m gas-fired electricity power station at Wrexham will be able to provide electricity for all the total 1.
SUNA has observed dimension of the great damage which was caused by the aggressors of the People's Army of South Sudan State who destroyed the Central Processing Station, the oil pipelines, the electricity power station, the buildings, establishments, the housing complex and the raw oil reservoirs.
Patsalis said that electricity units 4 and 5 of the plant, Cyprus' largest electricity power station, will be fully functional before next summer, noting that this is very important, due to the fact that Cyprus will assume the Presidency of the Council of the EU on the 1st of July, 2012.
The plant is expected to be operational by the beginning of 2012, and will be located next to the current Iru electricity power station, reports news agency LETA.
The minister later visited the crude oil treatment area and East Bahariya electricity power station, with a capacity of 16 MW and investments of $49m.
As a former member of the Cardiff Aeroplane Club in the early 1950s I spent many hours learning to fly there, a task that was compromised by the existing runway having a steelworks close to one end, the River Rhymney at the other end, an electricity power station adjacent to Newport Road and the Bristol Channel (or is it the River Severn at that point?
Sir - In your paper you reported the building of a "clean" bio-mass electricity power station.
Electric Wharf, in Sandy Lane, Radford, was formerly an East Midlands Electricity Power Station, but has now been transformed into an impressive complex of office suites and loft apartments at a cost of pounds 12 million.

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