Are there power plants that use two different types of energy?



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    Not really. While some coal-fired power plants have been converted to natural gas plants, most cannot work on either fuel stock at any time. Similarly plants that use biomass or biogas generally only use those fuels as feedstock for generating electricity. Some wind or solar projects are planned to be coupled with a new gas-fired power plant to help make up for when those generating sources are not producing. But as far as I know, such combined sites are only in the planning stages.

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