coal-fired


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Adj.1.coal-fired - fueled by burning coal; "a coal-fired ship"
fueled - heated, driven, or produced by burning fuel
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coal-fired

[ˌkəʊlˈfaɪəd] ADJque quema carbón
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The Korean firm putting up a coal-fired power plant in this coastal town will need at least 5,000 local workers once it starts construction of the project, the second of its kind for Sual.
According to UK-based consultancy Wood Mackenzie, emerging markets in Asia are expected to attract a total of $250 billion worth of investments in coal-fired power over the next decade.
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Since 2014, the coal-fired power sector has been renovating facilities to reduce emissions and save energy.
Two coal-fired power plants supposed to be installed in Punjab seem set to face a similar destiny as did a power complex in Gadani, Balochistan.
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Posturing for the upcoming COP-21 talks in Paris, the British government announced plans to close all coal-fired power plants by 2025 and restrict their use by 2023.
MalacaAaAaAeA~ang on Tuesday defended the issuance of permits for the establishme of coal-fired power plants in the country despite the Philippines' commitment to reduce carbon dioxide emissions at the 21st Conference of Parties (COP21) happening now in Paris, France.
With so much potential for renewable energy in Australia, why aren't we closing coal-fired power stations?
Government of Pakistan has decided to surge into coal-fired power plants in order to meet the energy demands of the country.
ISLAMABAD -- The government is pursuing an impressive plan to install more coal-fired power plants to generate thousands of megawatt power and meet its burgeoning demand in the country.