A kite made by submerging in water
California: Although we have experimented with generating electricity from kites flying in the air, we are experimenting with a kite-like swimming device that can generate electricity at the expense of tidal waves.It has been dubbed the Menta Systems, which can produce water not only from the sea but also from the waves of rivers. The prototype (first sample) has been designed by SRI International Company of California. An amount of 42 4.2 million has also been provided for further research over the next three years in collaboration with the University of California, Berkeley.The whole project has been given a very interesting name. The project, called Submarine Hydrokinetic and Riverine Klwmwt Systems (Sharks), is now underway in Zurich.
When the wire is fully untied, the rail motor pulls it again and then it is able to generate electricity again. This is how it goes. In this way, a kite can theoretically generate 20 megawatts of electricity.Work has already been done on underwater turbines and other equipment. Compared to them, Menta is very cheap and easy to install. If there is wildlife, it can be easily wrapped and kept in one place. Also, due to its low weight, it is not very harmful to aquatic life.