Will Japan Be the Godzilla of 

Deep Sea Current Energy?

Ryo Fujiwara et al. 

note that energy from the sea is promising, saying, “the potential estimate for tidal energy was given as 3TW

Ocean energy plant's 

equipment space does not require land use, which can be expensive or scarce, and the energy density is higher than air.

 In japan, 

there is a 100 kW class prototype subsea floating type ocean current power generation system

 In japan, 

there is a 100 kW class prototype subsea floating type ocean current power generation system “Kairyu.”

The demonstration test

 of Kairyu was conducted in the waters off the coast of Kuchinoshima, Toshima, Kagoshima Prefecture.

Deep sea currents can 

provide baseline electricity and reduce the need for battery storage that solar and wind require.

China Rolls Out Rocket for  Mission 

Crewed Shenzhou 14