Governments in england are saying they want to build wind turbines out to sea where it is aparently windiest.
What i’ve been thinking though, in geography we’ve been learning about hurricanes, and one of the things we learnt is that hurricane produce like million of megawatts of energy or something.
So what i thought is why don’t government build these wind turbines near hurricane prone zones? Make a use of all these natural disasters, convert them into energy! If a hurricane produces so much energy why don’t we try and obtain that energy, make hurricane have some pro’s and not just destructive cons.
What do you think?
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