Floating condenser which uses the oceanic thermocline as a heat-sink

I have conceptualized a floating condenser which uses the oceanic thermocline as a heat-sink.
The condenser derives 100% of the electricity needed to power it from ambient wind.  It uses the Coanda effect as a wind speed amplifier. The system would work most efficiently along coastal deserts with cold ocean currents such as California, SW Africa and Chile.  Such condensers might cost $80,000 per copy and might
generate 10-20 metric tons of freshwater per day.  The construct is low tech.

If you are interested I will send you a description of the condenser.
Robert Forrester – California USA
E. reenmaggiora@hotmail.com

Robert Forrester

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