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|Generators using fission to produce heat, steam and then electricity
|PWR, BWR-1, BWR-6, RBMK-1000, RBMK-1500, VVER, CANDU, CPR-1000, EPR
|Generators using nuclear fusion to produce heat and then electricity
|tokamak, stellarator, ICF, cold-fusion
|Generator producing electricity with turbines fed by water coming from a lake behind a dam.
Note: Power plants in Switzerland must have a storage capacity of at least 25% of the average expected winter production, otherwise they are generator:method=run-of-the-river plants.
|francis_turbine, kaplan_turbine, pelton_turbine
|Generator producing electricity like generator:method=water-storage and additionaly able to pump water from a lower lake to the storage lake when needed.
|Generator producing electricity with turbine using stream of a river (with no storage dam)
Note: Power plants in Switzerland having storage dams with a capacity less than 25% of the average expected winter production are generator:method=run-of-the-river plants.
|francis_turbine, kaplan_turbine, pelton_turbine,hydrodynamic_screw
|Generator producing hot water/steam with sun power
|Generator producing electricity with sun power
|gas_turbine, combined_cycle, reciprocating_engine, steam_generator, steam_turbine
|gas_turbine, reciprocating_engine, steam_generator
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