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OCEAN WATER CAN BE LIFTED TO 1500 FEET HEIGHT WITHOUT USING ELECTRIC MOTORS BUT WITH SIMPLE MECHANICAL FUNCTIONS. RESERVOIR WATER CAN BE SENT BACK TO RESERVOIR WITH THIS TECHNIQUE.

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Researcher-cum-inventor Power ashoka

I am a Researcher-cum-Inventor. In order to solve problems, to control/trim costs, to generate additional new revenue sources without investments, I am in the habit of making research work  to...

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Wonderful invention

1. Water back to Reservoir even up;to 1500 feet or more

    Will not use electric motor. Simple mechanical functions at the ground. 100% automatic. Once the work stated, will continue months together automatically.

2. Electricity generation-  3 new inventions

    2 a) Water Projects :

         a) to lift water upward to unlimited heights without using electricity

         b) Ocean River - Develop a river at sea shore and use for electricity with the help of water flow. Water will be sent back to Ocean automatically

         c) River water will be sent under ground to generate power (no lifting the water upward needed)

2 b)  Artificial wind energy

Invented a simple method.  100s or 1000s of turbine can function at a time.  Artificial wind  will be generated in the  Wind factory. Wind will be re-used.

Project length can be extended horizontally to 10 - 25 kilometers distance or more, and upward vertically even to the height of 10 - 100 meters accommodating hundreds of turbines.

2 c) SWIS material method - simple method to generate electricity. cheap materials are used.

Advantages:

highly cost trimming, 24 hours energy generation, best answers to carbon emission,  can install Independent Unit  in each house, factory college, buildings, apartments, + many

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