Brazil’s Take on Green Energy

energy wave

Brazil has tapped into the newest form of green energy: waves. The first test plant has been installed in the northeast state of Ceará, and is expected to produce 87 gigawatts, of which 20-percent is expected to be convertible into electricity.

Via Sea Discovery.
Video via Sérgio Pereira.

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About spikemarlowe

Spike Marlowe and her Siamese twin sister were born to academics in Provo, Utah during the region’s speculative fiction renaissance. Since her teenage years, when Spike’s parents and sister entered the Federal Witness Protection Program--which necessitated the surgical separation of Spike from her sister (if you buy her a couple drinks and ask nicely, Spike may show you the scars)--she has held a variety of odd jobs, including a performer in a wild west show, detective, Bigfoot researcher and writer for an Internet content farm. Recently she found her calling as a Bizarro author. When she’s not writing fiction she works as a street busker in San Francisco. At night she fights crime. Her first novel, Placenta of Love, will be released by Eraserhead Press in November 2011.

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