McNeil wood-burning power station

McNeil wood-burning power station

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Credit: BURLINGTON ELECTRIC DEPARTMENT/NREL/US DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Wood-fired power station. External view of the McNeil power station which generates electricity by burning wood. The conveyor belts in the foreground are carrying wood chips to the furnace building. The heat generated by burning the wood is used to boil water. The steam produced then drives turbines to produce 50 megawatts of elec- tricity. Photographed in Burlington, Vermont, USA.

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