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Catching solar energy with salt balls

from The Globe and Mail

To Florida's big utilities, the Sunshine State isn't as bright as its nickname indicates. Too cloudy. Too hazy. Too much darkness. It just doesn't have the pounding rays of, say, Arizona or parts of California. As such, the reasoning goes, the Sort of Sunny State isn't great for solar energy — unless someone develops storage technology to overcome those limitations. Enter Yogi Goswami, an internationally renowned mechanical engineer at the University of South Florida. more

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