May 3, 2012
Scouring the Tropics for Thermal Energy
Bruce Dorminey, Renewable Energy World
The world's largest untapped source of solar energy doesn't lie on the vast sands of the Sahara or even atop the high chaparral of the desert Southwest. Instead, it stretches across at least 23 million square miles of earth's tropical oceans; the uppermost layers of which make a prime natural source of thermal energy.
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