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Germany looks to transform an old coal mine into a new renewable energy source

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Germany looks to transform an old coal mine into a new renewable energy sourceThe Prosper-Haniel hard coal mine once provided fossil fuels that drove German industry. But now, it's getting a brand new identity and essentially becoming a battery for the storage of solar and wind energy.
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