Japan's Trial of a Deep Ocean Renewable Energy

Turbine for Limitless

Japan is both

 power-hungry and fossil-fuel reliant making for a bad combination but that could all soon change.

Japan has now successfully

 tested a system relying on the deep ocean that could provide a reliable steady form of renewable energy

The giant sea turbine

 called Kairyu looks like a 330-ton airplane which features two counter-rotating turbine fans 

Japan has ambitious plans

 to site the turbines in one of the world’s strongest currents and transmit the power via seabed cables.

 Japan’s New Energy and 

Industrial Technology Development Organization speculates that it could generate200 gigawatts of reliable energy.

This is the

 equivalent of 60% of Japan’s present generating capacity. 

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