Video of the Day: Slow-Water Turbine

Most water-powered turbines typically need a certain water speed in order to generate significant amounts of electricity. This turbine can operate in water that travels as slow as two miles per hour, which makes it useful in pretty much any river, canal, or ocean! It is thought that turbines such as this can make a difference to the world’s electricity problem.

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