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Feb 28, 2013 (Morning Edition / New Hampshire Public Radio) — A draw back to renewable energy is that it is not reliable. You can't create energy when the wind doesn't blow or when the sun isn't shining. So renewables need a way to bank energy. A new company in New Hampshire is creating a storage system for just that problem using compressed air.
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