A hydrokinetic proposition for Alaska
Florida man wins prize for device that turns currents into electricity, wants to deploy technology on abandoned oil platforms
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Scott Anderson first wondered about generating power from moving water while watching a 14-knot current rip down the river he happened to be fishing in Alaska.
“I was trying to think how I could get the energy out of the water,” Anderson, 76, said from Florida, where he lives half the year when he’s....
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