How a tornado ripped through a power plant in Georgia

Power plants are big, expensive things.

But even though they provide the most energy for our homes, they also make a huge difference in our lives.

The cost of power is just one of the reasons why, for instance, a single, small power plant can be so much more efficient than a larger power plant.

A power plant’s ability to deliver electricity to homes and businesses is often measured in megawatts.

That’s the amount of energy a given power plant provides per megawatt hour, or megawatthour.

When a power station is built, its design and technology often go through significant change to make sure it can deliver that much power to the right amount of customers.

When the design and construction of a power facility changes, there is also a change in how much electricity it delivers to each customer.

That makes power plants a good example of the power plant that works.

The power plant is the plant that supplies the electricity to your home or business.

That plant is typically located near a power source, which is usually a source of power.

A single power plant also has a limited number of customers and can deliver electricity only to a specific set of customers or only to specific areas of the customer’s property.

When you live near a source, the amount that you get from the power source is limited.

For example, if you live in a small apartment building, you’ll get about 1.5 megawatts from the apartment building’s power.

If you live at a larger house or apartment building that has multiple locations, you might get about 2.5 to 3.5 Megawatts from that power source.

There are other factors that affect the amount and types of power you can receive from a power generation plant.

For instance, the capacity of the electricity coming from a large power plant may also depend on the size of the plant.

In addition, there may be issues with the quality of the transmission lines that power the plant, or problems with the water that the plant uses.

For more information about power plants, see Power plants and the power grid.