The Senate Bill 147 includes Indiana’s clean energy resources to include groundwater. He passed the House of Representatives on Monday.
The technology generates energy by moving it through a turbine as it moves down from a high reservoir. In the US, it consumes a lot of energy-saving energy, but it is not used much in Indiana – the hills and valleys needed to create the two reservoirs are smaller.
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But miners and miners left in Indiana could allow the state to use the technology – and it would bring economic benefits to those areas.
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