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Output has started climbing since August to meet a sudden surge in demand from power stations, caused by a drop in electricity generation from other sources.
Housed inside a former power station, the museum gives visitors a firsthand look at its inner workings.
Of course, the catch is still that actual output will almost always be well short of that 1,386 MW, in contrast to a nuclear power station which, once turned on, will run almost constantly at high load factors for decades.
Already under construction are solar power stations that use the sun’s radiation to turn water into steam, which then produces electricity.
Monroe said many community broadcasters operate low-power stations and are not carried on traditional pay TV systems, so Didja can extend their reach.
Puerto Rico’s major Aguirre power station wasn’t flooded
Rosselló said officials think some power stations are not badly damaged, but the distribution system is ruined.
Keen to win votes at the UN, and perhaps to buy uranium for its nuclear programme, the regime has funded the construction of power stations and the training of special forces in Africa, provided interest-free loans to governments and sold them arms.
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