oscillating water column for Indonesia

. Thursday, January 7, 2010
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In the middle of the oil crisis of the world today, almost all countries rushed to seek an alternative energy source. No exception to the UK government have just operated a power station alternatives. Seagen, a station call this new power plant, using wave power as an energy producer. Located on the canal Strangford, Northern Ireland, Seagen using a pair of twin turbine that rotates when hit by a wave that could reach the speed of 8 knots. During this experiment, Seagen been able to produce enough energy for 150 homes. We'll have a fully operational, Seagen expected to produce 1.2 megawatts of power, enough to "feed" 1000 houses.




Indonesia is known as an archipelagic country like the United Kingdom, we never lacked of big waves should have used these alternative sources. Unfortunately, like other alternative energy sources, applying constraints to the wave power plants in developing countries (including Indonesia) is the cost. For one plant alone, the UK government should spend them for £ 10 million.



Via: ngobrolaja

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