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Using Typhoon Winds In Japan

This New Wind Turbine Could Power Japan for 50 Years After One Typhoon; The technology marks a big step toward energy independence for Japan, which currently imports 84 percent of its power Nick Mafi, October 4, 2016 (Architectural Digest) “ …[A] Japanese engineer has plans to harness a typhoon’s [devastating and destructive wind speeds of between 98 and 120 m.p.h.
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