Moss Landing Power Plant rise above Moss Landing harbor and Elkhorn Slough



Moss Landing Power Plant rise above Moss Landing harbor and Elkhorn Slough.  The Moss Landing Power Plant is an electricity generation plant at Moss Landing, California.  The twin stacks, each 500 feet high, mark two generation units product 750 megawatts each., natural history stock photograph, photo id 21507Add To Light Table
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Moss Landing Power Plant rise above Moss Landing harbor and Elkhorn Slough. The Moss Landing Power Plant is an electricity generation plant at Moss Landing, California. The twin stacks, each 500 feet high, mark two generation units product 750 megawatts each.

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