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Aug 17, 2020 · Net generation is the amount of electricity a power plant supplies to the power transmission line connected to the power plant. Net generation accounts for all the electricity that the power plant consumes to operate the plant's generator(s) and other equipment, such as fuel feeding systems, boiler water pumps, cooling equipment, and

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Oct 05, 2020 · The act of turning coal into power is cacophonous, with high-pitched steam releases from the boiler after it heats the water to 1,001 degrees and 3,500 pounds of pressure, the deafening roar of

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A biomass power plant typically produces steam through combustion. The steam can be used for industrial processes or to produce electricity. Alternatively, the heat from combustion could be directly used in an industrial process. Another variation is a co-fired power plant fueled by coal or natural gas combined with a biomass source.

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