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Researchers found 37 mine sites in Australia that could be converted into renewable energy storage. So what are we waiting for?

By Timothy Weber, Research Officer for School of Engineering, Australian National University
Andrew Blakers, Professor of Engineering, Australian National University
Huge open-cut mining pits would be turned into reservoirs to hold water for renewable energy storage. It would give the sites a new lease on life and help shore up our low-emissions future.The Conversation

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