Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Allen-Steam-Station-27MZIF28W8W8.htmlConceptually similarAllen Steam StationGP03HS3Completed★★★★Allen Steam StationGP03HS4Completed★★★★Allen Steam StationGP03HS5Completed★★★★Allen Steam StationGP03HS6Completed★★★★Allen Steam StationGP03HS7Completed★★★★Allen Steam StationGP03HS8Completed★★★★Allen Steam StationGP03HS9Completed★★★★Allen Steam StationGP03HSACompleted★★★★Allen Steam StationGP03HSBCompleted★★★★View AllGP03HO6Allen Steam StationSmoke rises from the Allen Steam Station, a five-unit coal-fired generating station on Lake Wylie on the Catawba River near Belmont. Operating since 1957, this station has a 1,140-megawatt capacity and emitted 4.3 million tons of carbon dioxide in 2011.Locations:North America-North Carolina-United States of AmericaDate:11 Dec, 2011Credit:© Les Stone / GreenpeaceMaximum size:4752px X 3168pxKeywords:Air pollution-Chimneys-Climate (campaign title)-Energy-Energy infrastructures-Fossil fuel (energy)-Global warming-KWCI (GPI)-Non-renewable energy-Outdoors-Reflections-Rivers-Silhouettes-Smoke-Steam-Trees-WinterShoot:Documentation G.G. Allen Steam Station in North CarolinaPhotos taken, both in the air and on the ground, of the G.G. Allen Steam Station in Belmont, North Carolina. Duke Energy owns this coal-fired power station which has been in operation since 1957. This station emits 4.3 million tons of carbon dioxide annually and is the cause of 59 deaths per year.