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1. They will tie the generating station in with the power system.
2. Four other independent generating stations are under construction and the Government are aware of about 30 other potential independent projects.
3. Initially they served the many gasworks but as generating stations were built they served them too.
4. Several large gas-fired electricity generating stations will begin to operate and that will inevitably take away a proportion of the market.
5. The smokestacks from a power generating station rise over the horizon.
6. Nuclear - energy fueled thermoelectric generating station, planned. Right - click for in service.
7. Geothermic thermoelectric generating station. Planned or in service can be specified.
8. Nuclear - energy fueled thermoelectric generating station. Planned or in service can be specified.
9. Coal or lignite fueled thermoelectric generating station. Planned or in service can be specified.
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10. Coal or lignite fueled thermoelectric generating station, planned. Right - click for in service.
11. Will the Labour party shut down the new gas-fired generating stations, break those contracts and lay off the men?
12. After a little while, cross the Ribeira dos Socorridos and reach the main electricity generating station in the island.
13. An assembly of metal - clad switchgear and a step - up outdoor substation are shown at the generating station.
14. It is the power behind a 880 megawatt hydroelectric generating station.
15. Introduces the heavy repair process and its management of the first generator unit in Shanxi Hydroelectric Generating Station.
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