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Cooling towers at a power station in the country. Fuel is burnt to produce steam to drive turbines, which generate electricity. The steam is condensed by cooling water. The now-hot cooling water is sprayed into the cooling towers, some escaping as steam, as seen here. This power station, near Nottingham, UK, is owned by Powergen.
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