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    Thursday, July 31, 2014

    ENORMOUS NEW ENERGY IN THE GULF STREAM

    Gulf Stream gold: Mining green energy from Atlantic currents; Scientists hopeful for renewable potential from sea turbines, environmentalists concerned about impact on marine life

    Patricia Sagastume, July 14, 2014 (Al Jazeera America)

    “The Gulf Stream meanders clockwise from the Gulf of Mexico, past the mid-Atlantic coast toward Europe. It is one of the most powerful currents in the world, and it is full of life…Land-bound humanity is hoping to capitalize on the Gulf Stream’s fast-flowing [endless power as]…a possible solution to Florida’s energy needs…It is believed the Gulf Stream has the potential energy…to supply Florida with 35 percent of its electrical needs...[T]here is also concern that there might be an ecological downside. According to [the U.S. Bureau of Ocean Energy Management], the environmental impact would be minimal. But no one wants to take any chances as the global quest for clean energy aims to bring full-scale commercial deployments of devices, turbines and cable-to-shore systems in the ocean. Many believe it still remains uncertain how life in the current will respond [but it is focus of a five-year study by Florida Atlantic University’s Southeast National Marine Renewable Energy Center]…” click here for more

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