The Energy of the Sea Must Begin to be Massively Extracted
- 1 Bucharest University, Romania
- 2 Bucharest Polytechnic University, Romania
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The present paper is intended to be a plea for the extraction of energy from the seas and oceans because this energy is very large quantity from an objective point of view and in addition it is clean, renewable and sustainable, friendly and totally non-dangerous, being a very high energy which it is permanently lost, energy from which if we extract only a small amount we get enough energy for the entire planet's needs in very good and convenient conditions, without risking having nuclear residues or losses, emanations or even uncontrolled explosions that can occur at existing nuclear power plants. The seas and oceans of the planet cover about three-quarters of the total surface of our planet so that the extraction of the energy of the seas and oceans is really a permanent urge and necessity that we should see it and take it into account. The immense advantage of the energy extracted from the waters of the seas and the oceans is the constant of its production, that is to say, the extraction of a constant amount of energy, a fact that no longer meets with other energy sources, than perhaps with nuclear energy.
- Wave Energy
- Tidal Energy