Longannet Power Station

Longannet Power Station

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Longannet power station is large coal-fired power station on the upper Firth of Forth. It is the most powerful non-nuclear generating station in Scotland. When constructed it was the largest, after Belchatow in Poland and Drax in England. It is a regional landmark , dominating the skyline with its 183 metre (600 feet) chimney stack. Unlike other power stations it lacks cooling towers relying instead on river water as a coolant.

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