Benefits from harnessing salinity gradients energy

Desalination plant at Wonthaggi, Victoria
Griffith School of Engineering and Built Environment
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Harnessing the energy created from salinity gradients — for example, when freshwater meets the sea — could provide a renewable source of power able to mitigate climate change impacts, reduce reliance on fossil fuels and improve processes within the desalination industry, according to new research from Griffith University. In a paper published in the journal Renewable […]