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Billions of dollars could flow to Lake Roosevelt for on-demand renewable energy storage

  • Darvin Fales smiles as he shows plans at the site where Columbia Basin Hydropower hopes to build a massive $ 1.4 billion pumped hydropower project on Banks Lake, which feeds Lake Roosevelt on Tuesday, October 12, 2021, at the exterior of Electric City, Wash.

    Tyler Tjomsland The spokesperson-magazine

  • Darvin Fales sits at the Roosevelt Lake site where Columbia Basin Hydropower hopes to build a massive $ 1.4 billion pumped storage hydropower project on Banks Lake, which feeds Lake Roosevelt on Tuesday, October 12, 2021, at the Exterior of Electric City, Wash.

    Tyler Tjomsland The spokesperson-magazine

  • Power lines twinkle in the hills near the Banks Lake site where Columbia Basin Hydropower hopes to build a massive $ 1.4 billion pumped storage hydropower project on Banks Lake, which feeds Lake Roosevelt on Tuesday, October 12, 2021 , outside of Electric City, Washington.

    Tyler Tjomsland The spokesperson-magazine

  • Darvin Fales shows plans at the site where Columbia Basin Hydropower hopes to build a massive $ 1.4 billion pumped storage hydropower project on Banks Lake, which feeds Lake Roosevelt on Tuesday, October 12, 2021, outdoors of Electric City, Wash.

    Tyler Tjomsland The spokesperson-magazine

  • Darvin Fales shows plans at the site where Columbia Basin Hydropower hopes to build a massive $ 1.4 billion pumped storage hydropower project on Banks Lake, which feeds Lake Roosevelt on Tuesday, October 12, 2021, outdoors of Electric City, Wash.

    Tyler Tjomsland The spokesperson-magazine

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