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Upstate New York Project Will Harness Flywheel Power

Publication Date: 8/25/2010
Author: Pam Radtke Russell
Format: HTML

Description:
When finished in 2011, a flat 3½ -acre piece of land with 20 shipping containers on concrete pads in upstate New York won’t hint at the complexity underneath: 200 flywheel storage devices spinning at Mach 2 to retain and release up to 20 MW of energy on a second-to-second basis.

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