Contact: Franny White
DOE/Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Caption: Researchers at PNNL and BPA have identified a site they call Yakima Minerals that is about 10 miles north of Selah, Wash., and could house an 83-megawatt geothermal compressed air energy storage facility.
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