Typhoon power to be tested

A JAPANESE investor has invented a wind turbine that can harness the destructive power of the typhoons that are sweeping through Asia with increasing regularity, and he claims single typhoon could power Japan for 50 years.

  • 07 October 2016
  • 18:24
  • News
Typhoon power to be tested
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