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Friday, 24 September 2010

Hydrostatic Turbines™

Hydrostatic Turbines™ are self sustainable electric power plants designed to operate underwater at depth.

The Turbines are situated in groups of "cells" and consist of the "Body" and the "Cap" which acts like a pump.

Electricity can be used on land through a connecting electrical umbilical cord or through retrieving the "Storage" cells.

Each unit acts like an electricity generating "spinning top", sustained by the continuous pumping action of the (handle) Cap.

Electricity is generated by the external atmospheric pressure on the Cap interacting with a system of magnets that turn a turbine repetitively.

Designed by Phil Pauley and visualised by Pauley Interactive, Hydrostatic Turbines will revolutionise the way the World produces sustainable electricity.

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