Flying powerplant under water

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31 August 2019

How to turn slow tidal and ocean currents into electricity ...

Flying powerplant under water

MINESTO, a Swedish technology supplier, won a Pioneer Industry Award in 2013. The company has found the way on how to turn slow tidal and ocean currents into electricity, which is an entirely new area of clean technology having a global potential.

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www.minesto.com

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