New South Wales, Australia
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Bayswater Power Station is located 16 kilometres (10 mi) from Muswellbrook, and 28 km (17 mi) from Singleton in the Hunter Region of New South Wales, Australia. Bayswater shares the title of being Australia's largest power station with Eraring Power Station. It is coal powered with four steam driven turbo Electric_generators with a combined generating capacity of 2,640MW (4 x 660MW). Much of the coal is supplied by overland conveyors from mines it shares with the nearby Liddell Power Station. Bayswater draws its cooling water from the Hunter River under water entitlements negotiated with the government of New South Wales. The Barnard River Scheme also allows Bayswater and Liddell to transfer water from the upper Manning River catchment into the Hunter River for their use.
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