Mother Nature Provides More Natural Energy

May 6, 2009 at 23:15 2 comments

Harun RabbaniA new technological device known as the ‘Anaconda’  has been developed to harness wave power to bring electricity to thousands of homes.

Engineering expert, Professor Rod Rainey, claims that ‘Anaconda’ has the durability to withstand the harsh marine environment. After further development, Anaconda will be able to provide much needed energy to 50,000 homes from 50 full-sized Anacondas (200m long).

The challenge remains for Checkmate Sea Energy Ltd (the company behind the development of Anaconda) to stay on its course and not be tempted to sell their patent and IPR to energy companies who may just swallow up the technology without allowing Anaconda to see the light of day.

Harun  Rabbani

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  • 1. mohammed yasin  |  May 6, 2009 at 23:38

    I was fascinated when i saw it on a website while doing research. but then after looking in to more detail, wouldn’t it be harming the sea life? its considerable long, 150 meters.

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    • 2. humantwopointzero  |  May 7, 2009 at 06:51

      The devices are 200m long. You make a valid statement about the potential harm. I’m thinking more of its affect on the visual aspect. Nonetheless, it’s difficult to say what harm or otherwise it may do until they get the first prototype out there.

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