Translation of coal-fired in Spanish:

coal-fired

a carbón, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈkoʊlˌfaɪ(ə)rd///

adjective

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    a carbón
    de carbón
    coal-fired power station central eléctrica a / de carbón feminine
    • We could argue that coal-fired power stations are ugly.
    • At the moment only two of the nation's 1,100 coal-fired plants are fueled by gasification.
    • New power plants will always have to conform to the province's environmental standards, but even the cleanest burning coal-fired plant is a polluter.
    • It turns out they thrive in water warmed by coal-fired electric power plants.
    • He drinks like a camel and smokes like a coal-fired power station.
    • Today a wind energy plant costs about the same as a coal-fired thermal plant of the same capacity; it could even be cheaper at places with high wind speed.
    • Coal inventories already are at historic lows, with coal-fired generation outpacing coal production.
    • A key part of the plan is to build no new coal-fired power stations and to retire existing ones as they reach their use-by dates.
    • Workers who had the technical know-how to make coal-fired burners have long since retired, so the company has had to dust off its old designs and marry them with the latest technology.
    • The trains are hauled by a genuine coal-fired steam locomotive, so passengers can marvel at all the sights, sounds and smells of an old-time steam train.
    • Pollution from mercury comes from industry such as coal-fired power plants, the burning of hazardous and medical waste and production of chlorine.
    • Also, member states in Eastern and Central Europe are phasing out their coal-fired plants for environmental reasons.
    • The kitchen, with its table and coal-fired range was the main family room.
    • Not only is over three-quarters of our electricity supply coal-fired, but we are the largest exporter of black coal in the world.
    • After a decade of breathing the poisonous effluent of a coal-fired power plant in a Beijing suburb, residents had finally had enough.
    • But the energy industry welcomed them, saying they were essential for maintaining coal-fired power stations.
    • What really makes it stand out though, along with the delicious food they serve, is the giant coal-fired brick oven in the dining area.
    • Around the country, according to industry analysts, 68 new coal-fired power plants are in various stages of planning.
    • Should additional capacity be created, it would have to be through natural gas or coal-fired generating plants.
    • Most conventional coal-fired power stations burn coal to produce steam, which turns turbines linked to a generator.