How an old Goderich salt mine could one day save you money on your hydro bill
from CBC News
Abandoned mines often cause real environmental problems — but a former salt cavern deep below the picturesque town of Goderich may just hold the key to a cheaper, greener energy future in Ontario. Toronto-based energy and technology company Hydrostor recently launched the first zero-emission advanced compressed air storage facility in the world, located on the grounds of a deserted solution mine salt cavern once used in the production of brine and table salt near the Maitland River.
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