Wind and sun join forces for firm's renewable technology

12/29/2009 | NYTimes.com

Phoenix-based Solar Southwest Technology wants to use the power of the sun to harness the power of the wind. Their technology would take extra energy at any hour of the day and use it to compress and pump air into an underground cavern. Later, when the energy is needed, solar power would be used to heat the compressed air up to 1,700 degrees and use it to spin a turbine.

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