October 24, 2021

Japan will spend three years building a floating power station at sea


According to the British "Times" report, in the face of soaring energy costs and reduced fish resources, Japanese scientists believe that they have found the answer to these two problems: the large number of ecological rigs with the same power generation capacity as nuclear power plants at sea ( Eco-rig).

This project may lead to a village-sized platform along the coastline of Japan in the next decade, reflecting Japan’s growing panic in how to meet its future energy needs. The ecological rig power station floating on the sea is 1.2 miles (about 2 kilometers) and 0.5 meters wide (about 800 meters). The purpose is to use two renewable energy sources, solar and wind. The power generation of each platform is expected to reach About 300 MWh.

Scientists at Kyushu University in Japan say that equipment may lose some of its energy in transporting electricity to the shore, but once the three units are connected together, the power generation capacity is comparable to a standard nuclear power plant. The environmental benefits of the eco-drill tower are not limited to this: the electricity generated by solar panels and wind turbines can also provide energy for shore-emitting diode lighting. These luminaires are designed to transform the platform into a breeding ground for selected seaweeds that absorb carbon dioxide and provide food for fish and plankton.

Deep sea water is rich in minerals that promote algae growth. Wind turbines that power the pumps pump seawater to the surface. The ecological rig is uninhabited and consists of several large hexagonal platforms. Connected to them is a large mesh device for supporting wind turbines and about 200,000 hexagonal photovoltaic generators. Hexagonal photoelectric generators are ultra-efficient solar panels, each equivalent to a double bed

As a country with poor fossil fuels, soaring oil and gas prices have caused the Japanese government and companies to worry about the development prospects. In addition, Japan’s plan to develop nuclear energy has also been hit hard. An earthquake in 2007 caused Japan's largest nuclear power plant to be shut down. Engineers and earthquake experts warned that Japan, as a country with multiple earthquakes, put the nuclear power industry at risk.

Scientists at Kyushu University said that their plan will take about three years to become a reality. They started preliminary experiments on the ecological rigs last month, and it is expected that a comprehensive official assessment will begin soon.

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