Proposed 2.2 GW storage project plans to use Navajo coal station power-lines

Utility Dive: The Navajo Energy Storage Station (NESS), as proposed, will rely on solar and wind energy to pump water from Lake Powell into an upper reservoir, and then allow the water to fall over turbines to generate around 10 hours of renewable energy on a daily basis, according to Daybreak. The power will be routed to California, Arizona and Nevada to manage evening and night-time peaks in demand.

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