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Loy Yang Power Station
Victoria

Loy Yang Power Stations are located near Traralgon in the Gippsland region of Victoria. The power stations were built in the 1980s with Loy Lang A producing about 2,200 megawatts and Loy Lang B producing about 1,050 megawatts. The power stations are fueled by brown coal extracted in the nearby open cut mine.

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