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Grand Coulee Dam - Expansion - Third Powerplant
... Nine identical 108 MW generators were recommended, but as matters stood, they would be able to operate only in periods of high water ... the Soviets who had just installed a 500 MW hydroelectric generator on the Yenisei River indicated their interest ... Original designs for the powerhouse had twelve smaller units but were altered to incorporate six of the largest generators available ...
Blyth Power Station - History - Background
... Blyth, a larger and more efficient plant was planned, consisting of six 100 megawatts (MW) generating units ... This increased to six 120 MW units, before increasing again in the final proposal for an A station consisting of four 120 MW units and a B station consisting of two 275 MW units and two 350 MW units ... This gave the A and B stations generating capacities of 480 MW and 1,250 MW respectively ...
Frimmersdorf Power Station - History
... replaced with a much larger plant that contained two 100 MW units ... upgraded until it supported an additional twelve 150 MW units and two 300 MW units ... of a flue gas desulphurating plant, while the two 100 MW units were shut down on 30 June ...
State Electricity Commission Of Victoria - History - Growth
... power stations were expanded at Yallourn and Newport, with much bigger generators of 50 MW capacity used, much larger than the 15-25 MW units used pre-war ... capacity equipment continued, with additional generators of 120 MW capacity installed at Yallourn, and the Hazelwood Power Station with eight 200 MW ... with the Yallourn W plant replacing the older units and delivering much greater reliability with Japanese and German technology, compared to the previously ...

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