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Judit Urquijo

Copiando el movimiento ondulatorio de muchos animales a la hora de desplazarse en el agua, una empresa francesa ha diseñado una membrana semirígida de fibra de carbono que genera energía aprovechando las corrientes marinas o fluviales. En el vídeo, sumamente interesante, aseguran que un km2 con estos generadores produce tanta energía como un reactor nuclear.

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EEL Energy, a French-based tidal energy developer, has released a video that explains the operating principles of their tidal energy device based on undulating membrane technology. Undulation of the structure is caused by marine currents, but according to EEL Energy, the technology works just as well in rivers too.