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High-temperature sodium-sulfur batteries - 7.2 megawatt-hours

These high-temperature sodium-sulfur batteries the size of two semi-trailers can soak up 7.2 megawatt-hours of energy generated from seven nearby 2-megawatt wind turbines owned by MinWind in Luverne, Minn - photo by courtesy of XCel Energy

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