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Powerhouse or Power House may refer to:
- Power station, a facility for the generation of electric power
- Power House (Alcatraz), a powerhouse on Alcatraz Island
- Powerhouse Museum, a science and technology museum in Sydney, Australia
- PowerHouse (programming language), a 1980s programming language by Cognos Corporation
- Brisbane Powerhouse, a performing arts center in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
- Powerhouse Theater, a collaboration between New York Stage and Film and Vassar College
- In contract bridge, a "powerhouse" is the term given to an unusually strong hand – usually holding very high trumps
- Powerhouse fruits and vegetables, an analogy to superfoods.
- Powerhouse Arts District, Jersey City
- Powerhouse, a large club and function center overlooking Albert Park Lake in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, after which many local recreational clubs are named
- Powerhouse (shop), a former electrical goods chain in the United Kingdom
- powerHouse Books, a Brooklyn-based publisher of high-end art and photography books
- Dick Smith Electronics Powerhouse, a chain of large electronics stores operating in Australia and New Zealand
- PowerHouse, a discontinued candy bar manufactured by Peter Paul Candy Manufacturing Company
- Powerhouse (comics), the name of several fictional characters in the Marvel Comics Universe
- Powerhouse (video game), a 1995 computer game by Impressions Games, now part of Vivendi SA
- Powerhouse (TV series), a 1982 United States television series
- Power House (talkshow), a Filipino talkshow
- Powerhouse (club), a gay club in Newcastle upon Tyne
- Powerhouse (Mustasch album), 2005
- Powerhouse (Deep Purple album), 1977
- Powerhouse (White Heart album), 1990
- Powerhouse (The Jazz Crusaders album), 1969
- "Powerhouse" (song), a 1937 composition by Raymond Scott featured in many Warner Bros. cartoons
- Eric Clapton and the Powerhouse, a British blues studio supergroup formed in 1966
- Powerhouse (rock band), a British hard rock band which formed after the breakup of the band Geordie in 1984
- "Powerhouse", an alias used by the composer Simon Power for his 1988 hit "On the Floor"
- Powerhouse (1997 band), reached #38 in the UK with "Rhythm of the Night" in December 1997
- Powerhouse (1999 band), had a #1 Hot Dance Music/Club Play hit with "What You Need"
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