- Nov 15, 2021 2:31 am GMT
How's it work? According to the article: Two reservoirs at different elevations would be connected by a penstock, or pipe. A solar-powered plant would pump water up the penstock during the daytime. Water would then flow down the penstock to generate energy at night and in the early morning.
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