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power station

an electrical generating station

power station

[′pau̇·ər ‚stā·shən]
(mechanical engineering)
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Precious Musonda, CEC public relations officer said CEC and its equity partner Africa Finance Corporation decided to revise the project costs and funding of the 40 mega watts capacity Kabompo Hydro Electricity Power station from $160 million to $190 million.
The 2nd contract was awarded by Mashariq Trading & Contracting to design and build an electricity power station in the city, which will help offering power to new industries.
The environmentally-friendly "eco-houses" will be part of Electric Wharf, a pounds 15 million redevelopment to turn the old electricity power station in Sandy Lane, Rad-ford, into a vibrant urban village.
There are 3 electricity power stations, storage reservoir and gas valve vault.
Plans were set in train quietly to purchase land next to electricity power stations - which were nearly all coal-fired - so that coal could be stockpiled to keep them running through a strike.
After the bids on Jerooy, the sum of $300 million could be directed on reforms of energy sector, electricity power stations and electricity transmission lines, Almazbek Atambaev noticed.
Prince Khaled highlighted the Kingdom's progress in terms of huge industrial cities, desal plants, electricity power stations and state-of-the-art road systems.
The representatives of the power utilities of Israel, Greece and Cyprus presented the potentials of the electricity power stations of their countries, provided information on energy production and described the national electricity transmission networks.
This campaign which is supported and funded by some countries in the region and instigated by some media which prove their support to the terrorist groups and gunmen who kill innocent civilians, destroy infrastructures, trains, buses, schools, oil and gas pipelines, state and private institutions in addition to electricity power stations.
17 electricity power stations, to be in the center and adjacent areas, were also discussed during the meeting.
Surely it would be better to have a policy of burning it as a 'coal substitute' in electricity power stations whenever it appears that stockpiling may be necessary.
The tax benefit for converting poultry waste to electricity is limited to owners and operators of electricity power stations using poultry litter as fuel.

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