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A collection of images about Conventional coal-fired power plant.
Power plants
(PD) Photo: National Park Service
Coal-fired power plant in Four Corners, New Mexico
(PD) Photo: U.S. Department of Energy
We Energies' Presque Isle Power Plant on the shore of Lake Superior in Michigan
(PD) Photo: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
Coal-fired power plant in Kentucky (with water vapor plumes)
(PD) Photo: U.S. EPA
Coal-fired Navajo generating station near Page, Arizona
(PD) Photo: National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
Power plant at Thomas Hill, Missouri
(GNU) Photo: Stefan Kühn
Nuclear power plant hyperboloid cooling towers (with water vapor plumes)
(CC) Photo: R.B. Reed
PacifiCorp Lakeside PowerPlant in Utah (gas-fired, gas turbine) with water vapor plumes from cooling towers
(PD) Photo: Yo-sei Shoshi
: Power plant of the Tokyo Electric Power Company (TEPCO), in Yokohama , Japan, fueled with liquified natural gas (LNG)
(PD) Photo: Tennessee Valley Authority
A combined cycle power plant in the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) system
(CC) Photo: Matthew High
Two 750 MW oil and gas-fired, supercritical steam electric power plants at Moss Landing, California
(PD) Photo: U.S. EPA
A coal-fired power plant
(GNU) Photo: Klaus Enslin
Coal-fired power plant in Stuttgart, Germany
(GNU) Photo: Jonathan North Washington
Toqtogul Reservoir hydroelectric power plant in Kyrgystan
(PD) Image: U.S. Bureau of Reclamation
Hoover Dam in the Black Canyon of the Colorado River between the states of Arizona and Nevada.