Tâi-tiong Hoat-tiān-chhiúⁿ

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Tâi-tiong Hoat-tiān-chhiúⁿ

Tâi-tiong Hoat-tiān-chhiúⁿ (台中發電廠) sī Tâi-oân Tiān-le̍k Kong-si só͘-iú ê hoé-le̍k hoat-tiān siat-si, só͘-chāi tī Tâi-tiong-chhī Liông-chéⁿ-khu, 1990 nî khai-sí ūn-chok,[1] sī thong sè-kài siāng toā ê mûi-thoàⁿ hoé-le̍k hoat-tiān-chhíuⁿ,[2] mā sī CO2 pâi-hòng liōng siāng koân ê hoat-tiān siat-si.[3]

Chham-khó chu-liāu[siu-kái]

  1. 台中發電廠簡介 (PDF). Tâi-oân Tiān-le̍k Kong-si. Tī 2011-02-24 khoàⁿ--ê.
  2. Taichung Coal-Fired Power Plant, Taiwan. power-technology.com. Net Resources International. Tī 2011-02-24 khoàⁿ--ê.
  3. Taichung. CARMA - Carbon Monitoring for Action. Tī 2011-02-24 khoàⁿ--ê.