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Typhoon-Powered Japan: Engineer Invents Typhoon Turbine To Harness Power From Tropical Cyclones In Japan

Japan may soon be able to harness the power of typhoons thanks to an invention by Japanese engineer Atsushi Shimizu who aims to provide electricity for their country in the next 50 years through a turbine. “Typhoons are normally nothing but a disaster.” Shimizu stated a fact that is unquestionable and had been proven time... Read more » Typhoon-Powered Japan: Engineer Invents Typhoon Tu
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