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RWE Energiecentrale Eemshaven
Netherlands

Uitzicht op de bouwplaats van de toekomstige RWE energiecentrale in de Eemshaven in het Noorden van de provincie Groningen. Ongeveer 25 bouwkranen zijn bezig met de bouw en het grootste betonnen bouwwerk is rond de 85 meter hoog. De centrale aan de overkant van de bouwplaats is de Electrabel energie centrale. Uiteindelijk moet de nieuwe centrale er zo uit gaan zien en zal 1600 megawatt elektriciteit opwekken uit steenkool en biomassa.

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