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|The Itaipu Hydroelectric Power Plant, largest in operation in the world, is a binational undertaking developed by Brazil and Paraguay in the Paraná River. The installed power of the plant is 12,600 MW (megawatts), with 18 generator units of 700 MW each.||07/13/2005||2,116|
|South African power plant.
Power plant near Kriel (east of Johannesburg), South Africa. Seems to show at least six cooling towers; best information available seems to indicate facility is a Thermal Power Station, rather than nuclear.
|The William H. Zimmer Power Station, located near Moscow, Ohio, was originally intended to be a boiling water reactor type of nuclear power plant. Although once estimated to be 97% complete, poor construction and quality assurance (QA) led to the plant being converted to coal-fired generation. Today, the plant is generates 1400 gross MWe and 1300 net MWe. Zimmer Power Station is the largest sin...||03/16/2008||757|
|Forsmark Nuclear Power Plant is a nuclear power plant in Forsmark, Sweden, and also the site of the Swedish Final repository for radioactive operational waste. It is operated by a subsidiary of Vattenfall.|
|Ringhals is a Swedish nuclear power plant with 4 reactors, three pressurized water reactors and one boiling water reactor. It is situated on the Värö Peninsula (Swedish: Väröhalvön) in Varberg Municipality approximately 60 km south of Gothenburg. With total power rating of 3560 MWe, it is the largest power plant in Sweden and generates 24 TWh of electricity a year, the equivalent of 20% of the ...||04/17/2009||400|
|Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant is located in Central Ukraine near the city of Zaporizhia, on the banks of the Kakhovka Reservoir on the Dnipro river. It has 6 VVER-1000 pressurized light water nuclear reactors, each with a power rating of 950 MWe, with total power output of 5700 MWe. The first five were successively brought online between 1985 and 1989, and the sixth was added in 1995. The pl...||11/21/2008||515|
|Ågesta Nuclear Power Plant was a 80 MW Heavy water reactor plant opened 1963 and closed down 1974. It was a combined district heating and electricity facility.||04/17/2009||404|
|Qinshan Nuclear Power Plant is the first self-desinged and self-made nuclear power plant.|
|The Lake Walchen Power Plant is an hydroelectric power plant in "Kochel am See" in Bavaria.|
|The e.on power plant in Gelsenkirchen Scholven (Germany) is the largest hard-coal-fired power plant in europe. (3500 MW)|
|The picture is of the power plant that was for the village of Ule-Lheue. The tsunami brought the floating plant that was 2 kilometers (1.4 miles) out in the sea to land in the village of Punge. |
|Nuclear power plant just north of Cape Town, South Africa.||09/05/2005||428|