Yes - some power stations located on the coast use sea water to cool the condensers. Examples of this include:
South Africa IS a country. South Africa uses coal powered electricity stations so our electricity comes from coal
Coal power stations burn coal to heat water to produce steam, which is then used to spin electricity turbines to generate electricity. The burning coal releases carbon dioxide.Wind farms have blades which turn in the wind to spin electricity turbines to generate electricity. There are no harmful carbon dioxide emissions.
Power stations, which can either be coal, gas, nuclear powered. Green power such as wind, wave and solar power can also be harnessed to generate electricity.
Nuclear power plants were made in the hope of providing a more efficient source of electricity than is obtained from coal powered plants.
Yes. There are many power stations that use natural gas to heat water to steam and then turn turbines to generate electricity. These are considered more environmentally friendly than oil or coal powered plants.
The vast majority of coal is used to generate electricity in power stations.
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Coal is used all over the US in power stations to generate electricity.
To generate electricity.
It's used in power stations to produce electricity.
An electricity generation station that is powered by burning the fossil fuel called "coal".