A liquid quest for renewable power

A liquid quest for renewable power

Hydrokinetics uses flowing water to harness energy without dams
Alaska Power & Telephone Co. employees prepare to lower the 25-kilowatt AP&T Yukon hydrokinetic turbine into the Yukon River in Eagle, Alaska. The powerful flows of rivers are viewed by a new generation of energy entrepreneurs as a reliable alternative way of generating electricity. It’s all part of the emerging technology of hydrokinetics, using flowing water to generate power without dams.

A liquid quest for renewable power

Alaska Power & Telephone Co. employees prepare to lower the 25-kilowatt AP&T Yukon hydrokinetic turbine into the Yukon River in Eagle, Alaska. The powerful flows of rivers are viewed by a new generation of energy entrepreneurs as a reliable alternative way of generating electricity. It’s all part of the emerging technology of hydrokinetics, using flowing water to generate power without dams.
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