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Unique Chilean power scheme to pour seawater down mountains

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Chile's mountains by the sea provide a unique energy-producing opportunity
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A company in Chile plans to harness the country’s remarkable geography to make clean power by sucking seawater up into mountains during the day and releasing it at night.
The project, called The Mirror of Tarapaca, is unusual for a hydropower scheme as it will be located in the Atacama Desert, one of the world’s driest.
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