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Researchers set out to prove there’s power in osmosis

Osmotic power is a frustrating concept – easy to describe in theory but not so easy to capture in practice. Are key enabling technologies inching any closer to commercial development? Mark Rowe reports from Bristol and Ed Zwirn from New York.

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EW Jun 2020 pp34-35 OA.pdf

Journal title: Energy World

Publisher: Energy Institute

Subjects: Sustainable energy - Energy technology - Renewables -

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