The future of LA’s clean energy could be under a salt dome

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California wind energy. Photo credit: Bureau of Land Management.

Los Angeles and the rest of California are committed to getting 100% of its electricity from renewable sources by 2045. But how do you store enough wind and solar energy for millions of Angelenos during cloudy windless days? The answer may be a giant pile of salt in Utah.



  • Sammy Roth - energy reporter for the LA Times, author of the weekly “Boiling Point” newsletter on climate and the environment