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Global Power Stations
Power stations are necessary infrastructure facilities that generate electricity to meet the energy demands of modern societies worldwide. They come in various forms, including coal-fired, natural gas-fired, nuclear, hydroelectric, and renewable energy power stations. The United States, China, and India are the three largest electricity producers globally and have the most power stations. While fossil fuel power stations remain dominant in many countries, there has been a growing trend towards renewable energy sources such as wind, solar, and hydropower in recent years. There is a pressing need to develop sustainable and environmentally friendly power generation solutions that can meet the energy demands of society without causing undue harm to the environment.