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How Does a Coal Fired Power Station Work?

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A coal fired power station works by generating electricity using a similar method as a nuclear station. Water is turned into steam and then drawn into a condenser, a large chamber in the basement of the power plant. The steam drives the turbine generators. For a detailed illustration with pictures, visit: http://www.duke-energy.com/about-energy/generating-electricity/coal-fired-how.asp
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