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The generator transformer is the most important transformer on a power station and connects the generator output to the grid. They are rated according to how much power they can carry for that size of the system. This machine is what directly converts generated electricity to higher voltages which allows easier distribution. Thus, for this reason, generator transformers are mostly step-up transformers and oil-filled because oil cooling is necessary for the more efficient handling of loads. This cooling is necessary as generator transformers can undergo abnormal power levels and operate at nearly 100% capacity.