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power station

an electrical generating station

power station

[′pau̇·ər ‚stā·shən]
(mechanical engineering)
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"The substantial increase in power demand of the Central Namib due to the growth in development has required the investigation into the feasibility of a coal-fired power station," Shilamba said.
'A smaller six week overhaul next year will also provide a further economic stimulus for the region.' Stanwell Power Station Acting Site Manager James Oliver said the overhaul to Unit 1 of the power station's four units means that Stanwell Power Station can continue to provide reliable energy for Central Queensland industry and homes.
The reply never really got going and Power Station were all out for 76 in the 27th over, Andrew Pollock taking 6-16 and Tim Broome 3-22.
Thermal Power Station Korangi 316 MW, Gas Turbine Power Station Korangi 80 MW, Gas Turbine Power Station SITE 100 MW, Thermal Power Station Bin Qasim 1260 MW.
- Arcadia will enter into a long term Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) to purchase the electricity produced by Carbon Energy's 25 MW power station at Bloodwood Creek,
Energy & Natural Resources Minister Taner Yildiz said at the signing ceremony, "the power station will be built in the town of Mihaliccik by the Adularya Enerji Elektrik Uretim ve Madencilik company."
The central control of the Nathpa-Jhakri Power Station (NJPS) is under Central Industrial Security Force (CSIF).
The Torrens Island Power Station is Australia's largest natural gas-fired thermal power station, burning natural gas supplied from Victoria and the Cooper Basin.
Summary: CH2M Hill Brisbane has awarded Agility Project Logistics a global Project Logistics contract for the new 630 megawatt Darling Downs Power Station Project to be located in Darling Downs Region of Queensland, Australia.
CLIMATE change protesters will be taking their campaign to the doorstep of a coal-fired power station earmarked for expansion.
.I WAS an apprentice at Hawkesbury power station from 1953 to 1959 but it was commonly known as Longford power station with its social club opposite the public house on the corner of Lenton's Lane and Parrotts Grove.
A POWER station is getting a share of a pounds 225m makeover to save it from closure and make it more environmentally friendly.