Harvesting 50 Years of Japan’s Energy with a Typhoon

There are so few people who think extraordinarily. This article describes the invention of a Japanese engineer, the lakes used as batteries, the ideas that will shake the energy markets in an instant.

Energy costs have risen a lot. Bills coming to the houses are now burning. As a country, we should stop producing energy with natural gas and coal. The breakthroughs that started in wind energy are not bad at all, but they should increase. Alternative production and storage of energy is now a much more important issue. In this article you will find many different approaches to the subject.

Coal, gasoline, solar, wind, hydroelectric, nuclear, wave… In all of the energy generation methods we are accustomed to, energy is obtained at a certain level that will not be dangerous in a certain time period.

These energies are converted into electricity per hour.


What if we could produce energy from such ultra typhoons and storms, which are given new names every year – Wanda, Victor, Katrina, when it comes to gigantic powers ?


Japanese scientist engineer Atsushi Shimizu designs a wind turbine that won’t break in a storm.

Shall we watch?

This turbine doesn’t have to stop when the weather gets tough. On the contrary, it attacks like a running horse waiting for its day. The USA, China, Philippines, Japan have climates that experience strong storms.

It is capable of such a large spin and energy that if this energy can be stored during the storm it is said Japan could use this accumulated energy for 50 years.

The missing link in this good-sounding idea is “Well, we can’t hide it”. We don’t have a battery of that capacity. Both the life of the batteries are a problem, their charging speed, and a large amount of battery is required.

This part is perhaps one of the most important civilizational issues of humanity. Battery life is not just a problem for our smartphones and devices. It’s also a problem for industry. Soft snow for home concepts that are self-sufficient and use renewable energy sources.

Elon Musk , the founder of the famous electric car Tesla company, the founder of Paypal, the inventor of the journey to Mars, rockets that can be used repeatedly and vertically and take off , the inventor of projects to go as fast as an airplane on land with Hyperloop, now has a hand in the battery business.

Powerwall – Home Battery


Energy storage solutions for homes have been trialled for some time in sunny Australia. Soon, all houses will have their own smart home management and energy source.

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How is the Tesla Powerwall Home Battery Installed at Homes?




Our transparent glasses will be replaced in a short time and transparent solar panels that produce energy will be installed. Every house will produce and store energy, transform its waste, and will not pollute the world.

Until then, huge battery fields are needed to store a city’s energy.


But yesterday I saw a very unusual project. I wanted to share with you.

Even if we use that huge energy we can’t hide, even if we send the sea to the top of a mountain. If we generate potential energy to store energy.

What does this mean? When there is energy, when the wind is blowing and the sun is shining, pump water from the sea to the top of the mountain. Then, for example, at night or during the windless season, or after years, send the water back down on the mountain top, but set up a hydroelectric power station in front of it. That is, let the turbines spin and generate electricity while stretching through the water.


Your tiny lake at the top of the mountain is now a BATTERY.

Different batteries can be considered, as in this example. If the geography is hot, excess energy can be used for coldness, if cold, for warmth.

A 600 MW solar PV plant is taking shape in Chile. He says it’s great for the cost.

“This will likely be one of the cheapest pumped storage facilities in the world, cheaper than almost any natural gas power plant, cheaper than coal, cheaper than hydroelectric power plant.” says company founder Francisco Torrealba.


In general, doing work against gravity is the simplest and easiest method of producing batteries.

Here, in order not to damage the ecosystem with salt water, the water can be evaporated and desalinated by using that excess energy first. It can then be condensed and sent to the top of the mountain.

Yes, it’s just an idea, but how important is it to human life?

They will implement this project in a few years. We continue to produce natural batteries until super-capacity, super-fast and durable batteries are produced and widespread.







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