Is a dam in rural Portugal a key to our alternative energy future? | The New York Times

“A facility like this one on Portugal’s Tâmega River stores energy in the form of water when the wind is blowing hard or on sunny days, and then lets it flow, generating electricity and causing the water level in the upper reservoir to fall, when energy is less abundant and more expensive,” according to the Times.

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