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Kinetic Energy

If we hold an empty plastic bottle under water, we can feel it pushing back. This works because the bottle is, despite seeming empty filled with air. Air is considerably lighter than water. Therefore, the water presses the air-filled bottle upwards.

Buoyancy is calculated by the weight of the water, the volume of the water being dispersed and the fall velocity of the water. Buoyance pushes the bottle upwards and sets it in motion. We use this buoyance or kinetic energy to drive a generator, which produces therewith desired electricity.

 

Beneath the engine room, a hole is drilled with a diameter of 120cm (100kW/h) or 180cm (600kW/h and above) and a depth of 25 - 90cm depending on size of power station required over which the housing (polyethylene) is installed, consisting of the engine and equipment rooms.

The engine room houses the machines for energy supply (generator) as well as all other equipment needer for   maintenance. The equipment room contains the control and monitoring systems, together with the hand-over energy into the grid, or to the local power supply.