Alternating Current: An ocean of energy
Jun 05, 2020
- Taryana Odayar
It has been credited with producing Western Europe's mild climate, blamed for intensifying Atlantic cyclones, and used for centuries by sailors to speed their passage across the ocean, but could the Gulf Stream soon become a source of plentiful renewable energy? A recent demonstration project has brought the idea a step closer.
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