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Moving Mountains, Storing Energy (TEDx Talk)

This article was first published on Lenz Blog.

TedX talk by Professor Heindl on his idea of storing energy:

I have blogged about this concept before, in November 2011. I like it. As Heindl explains in this talk, it is cheap (per kWh), has a high efficiency, and a low footprint.

The only problem is that there are none of these projects built yet. It may work, but it is still an unproven concept.

 

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is a professor of German and European Law at Aoyama Gakuin University in Tokyo, blogging since 2003 at Lenz Blog. A free PDF file of his global warming science fiction novel "Great News" is available here.

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