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Power station truck. Coal-collecting truck at a coal-fired power station at night. Three cooling towers are seen to the truck's left. Coal is burnt in the power station to heat water and produce steam that drives electricity-generating turbines. The steam is cooled and condensed by water. This cooling water itself vaporises, though most of it will recondense in these cooling towers.
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