Noun Concept
Categories: All articles containing potentially dated statements, Power stations, Infrastructure, Chemical process engineering
power station  power plant  powerhouse  electric power generating plant  electric power plant
A power station, also referred to as a power plant and sometimes generating station or generating plant, is an industrial facility for the generation of electric power. Wikipedia
A facility for the generation of electrical power Wikipedia Disambiguation
An industrial facility for the generation of electric power Wikipedia Disambiguation
A facility for the generation of electricity Wikipedia Disambiguation
A category of high capacity power banks often with built in pure sine wave inverter and multiple household sockets Wikipedia Disambiguation
Facility generating electric power Wikidata
A stationary plant containing apparatus for large-scale conversion of some form of energy (such as hydraulic, steam, chemical, or nuclear energy) into electrical energy. OmegaWiki
A station built for the production of electric power; a power station. Wiktionary
An industrial complex where electricity is produced. Wiktionary
All of this areas power comes from the nuclear power plant across the river. Wiktionary