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    My mates brother ships them out of Mostyn dock, there's a few bob in it. Theres a guy in America called Tom Wind who along with others works on a project that seeks to store surplus wind energy. The idea is that when the wind is blowing you push the air underground. Then when you need energy you bring the air back up in compression pipes to generate power. You might start seeing more on shore wind farms
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    Quote Originally Posted by Paddy View Post
    Theres a guy in America called Tom Wind who along with others works on a project that seeks to store surplus wind energy.
    That's like the name of the plumbing firm that advertises on the front of the Washington, D.C., yellow pages:

    John C. Flood of DC, Plumbing, Heating, Air Conditioning, Drain Cleaning. "The Original Flood."

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