A power plant is a facility for the generation of bulk electric power. Power plants produce electric energy from another form of energy. The type of converted energy depends on the type of power plant. Each type of power... More »

Power plants use electric turbines to generate power. When a turbine spins, it induces a moving magnetic field in and around copper wires, which makes electrons move, creating an electric current. The power to turn a tur... More »

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A thermal power plant uses water to generate power. Fuel heats up the water to generate steam to create the electricity. More »

Coal is used in many different industrial countries for a variety of different industrial purposes, usually the generation of electrical power. However, it can also be used for other purposes, such as steel production an... More »

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Peachtree Window and Door Company, a subsidiary of the Schield Family of Companies, closed its Georgia-based production facility in February 2008. The Schield Family of Companies manufactures and sells energy-efficient w... More »

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A thermal power plant uses water to generate power. Fuel heats up the water to generate steam to create the electricity. More »

High-paying jobs that do not require college degrees include network specialist, loan officer, power plant operator, electric power line installer and gaming manager. However, these jobs require at least a high school di... More »

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