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Productive power plants

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Productive power plants

My power plant is fully staffed but isn't producing any electricity. At other times Eben when it does produce electricity some buildings still show the no electricity icon. I need to know what I'm doing wrong in these situations?

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You need to have a coal mine. Coal is the input, electricity the output

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Guest said: 25th Sep 2016 | REPORT
It would be because of the Input. Check you have enough coal etc coming in if not the import some that should do the trick
Guest said: 10th Oct 2016 | REPORT
Look at your output electricity the power plant can inky produce so much.. Even when its full of coal. Certain managers can increase the amount of electricity produced. If some buildings don't have electricity you might have to build extra plants. I.e. if electricity output is 300 and demand is 400 some or none buildings will not have power. Its too much of a demand on the power plant

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Look at your output electricity the power plant can inky produce so much.. Even when it's full of coal. Certain managers can increase the amount of electricity produced. If some buildings don't have electricity you might have to build extra plants. I.e. If electricity output is 300 and demand is 400 some or none buildings will not have power. Its too much of a demand on the power plant


 

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