Harnessing the power of storms: New wind turbine could capture energy from TYPHOONS, producing enough electricity to last Japan for 50 years



The powerful typhoons which batter the Japanese coastline each year can be a devastating force of nature, leaving a trail of destruction.
But engineers are trying to tame these Pacific storms by harnessing the power of their winds.
A Japanese inventor has developed a prototype turbine which he claims could gather enough energy from a single typhoon to power Japan for 50 years.
Atsushi Shimizu believes the destructive winds could be harnessed to become a leading source of renewable energy for the country.
Speaking to CNN, the engineer and head of Challenergy, said that the regional storms... read more

 
29 September 2016 in Science &Technology, Views: 36
Source: Daily Mail
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