First pumped hydro energy storage unit in Estonia given green light for construction
Construction on a 550MW/6GWh pumped hydro energy storage project in Estonia will begin in summer 2024 after it was given the green light by regulators. The project, Energiasalv, uses a Zero Terrain structure whereby it is built mostly underground, minimising the environmental and land use impact.
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