What if it were possible to return current to the utility grid up to a practical and reasonable limit based on a transmission line, network analog very similar (and inspired by) Eric Dollard's analog computer in LMD mode (longitudinal magneto-dielectric) using various diagrams depicted in L.V. Bewley's book and paper on Traveling Waves on Transmission Systems which Eric cites as his original, extra-curricular inspiration back in his high school days?
Does not matter what size coils are on its two transformers. It may not matter what size the capacitors are up to a limit? And the current waveforms are in sync with the voltage which is unusual for my simulations. Usually they're out of sync. And there does not appear to be any limit to how much current can be put back onto the grid.