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Electric Power Stations

Nature volume 155, pages 6667 (20 January 1945) | Download Citation



IN the review of the first volume of the above work (Nature, 153, 729; 1944), attention was directed to the importance of electric power stations, and it is evident that public interest in these is increasing, partly due to certain controversies which have arisen regarding interference with amenities, but largely because of the growing realization of the value of electricity in everyday life.

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