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An energy source which can be replenished in a short period of time .

Osmosis The process of passage of any liquid from high concentration region to low concentration region through a semi permeable membrane is called Osmosis . .

-It is also called BLUE ENERGY .-Osmotic energy is the energy captured by exploiting the pressure difference at the boundary between fresh water and salt water.

a technology that is Flexible and versatile power Huge and unique Eco-friendly Competitive and high power generator that improves power system efficiency .Osmotic Power .

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Environmental Perspectives • Co2 –free and renewable energy. • Area efficient Power plant. . • No harmful emissions. • Gentle environmental impact due to flexibility.

• Cost competitive with other new renewable energy sources. • Constant and predictable energy production.Commercial Potential • Great power potential and large scale Renewable energy sources. . • Eligible for GREEN Certificate.

. • It has a minimal environmental impact • The amount of heat that occurs in the process would raise the temperature less than half a degree Celsius. which is not harmful to the marine organisms.Advantages • A big advantage is that it is a renewable energy • Salt-water evaporation leads to precipitation over land.

Disadvantages • There is a problem with the protection of marine organisms from turbine and other machinery. . • Another big obstacle is COST.

high efficiency and its eco-friendly nature we can consider it as a better alternative to other sources . .Conclusion Apart from its disadvantages because of versatility .