Blue Energy

The concept of blue energy is quite unknown to many people, but it refers to a source of renewable alternative energy of the lesser known.
Blue energy is the energy released from the mixture of salt water from the ocean with fresh water from a river. salinity and osmotic pressure water produces energy, which can be used for different uses.
This process occurs naturally in certain places on the planet and can be used to generate clean energy.
This type of source is really ecological since it does not generate gases such as carbon dioxide, it has a low environmental impact since plants can be built underground so as not to alter the ecosystem or natural environment.
It does not alter the quality or provision of drinking water for nearby towns.
It is also a process that is quite efficient since the relationship between surface and energy that can be obtained from the place is good. One cubic meter of water allows a large amount of energy to be extracted.
The sites where blue power plants can be installed are the areas where rivers flow into the ocean.
It is common in many cities and towns that industries are located in these port areas, so it is very useful to be able to supply Energy not only for domestic but industrial use.
Blue energy has great potential as an alternative source in the future.
Currently the first prototype plant that was built with blue energy in Norway in 2009. Here we are analyzing how to improve its operation and performance. technology to achieve that this method is even more efficient and can be used in other parts of the world where the geographical characteristics allow it.
Blue energy can be a good local energy source and is part of a mix of renewable energy that supply cities and towns.

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