The ABC is an open air heat exchanger that cools the cooling water of the plant’s main surface condenser heated by the latent heat of the exhaust steam. The heat energy acquired by the “condenser’s cooling water” is removed in the ABC by circulating it inside its finned tubes, as depicted in Figure 1. Thus the ambient environment becomes the ultimate repository of the plant’s waste heat and the need for a proximate natural body of water, such as a lake, river or sea is eliminated.