BioPower System’s BioStream Grabs Tidal Energy

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The mechanical fin design visible in the BioStream Tidal Power System might remind you more of a shark swimming through the water than any other wave or tidal power system you’ve seen before – and that’s why it works so great. Its “nature inspired design” has such a low environmental impact because it essentially mimics a shark or fish swimming through the water. It moves back and forth from the movement of the waves, and each self-contained unit is able to automatically convert the currents to electricity (rather than at a central power source, like some units). Click here to see a cool animation of the BioStream in action  – this might be a great way to keep your boat powered up when its parked on your dock this summer. 

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