Saltwater power plant to generate energy for the residents of Netherlands
Afsluitdijk in The Netherlands could be the world’s leading site for generating saltwater power which will be 30 to 40 per cent more efficient than burning coal according to a new plan to improve this area. The process called reverse electrodialysis will capture energy created when freshwater becomes saltier by mixing with seawater. If this works, it can produce 300 megawatts of electricity per hour helping to offer many homes in the northern parts of the country which is facing the dangers of rising sea level due to global warming. Time has hence come for everyone to honestly and full-heartedly make efforts to repair the damage that people have done on this planet.