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Tunisia’s Current Electrical Energy Tripled By Hypersalinity Osmotic Power Generation

This title may sound to some as a commercial hype or a publicity stunt to promote a consumable product. Energy professionals may denounce such claim and declare the writer’s incompetency. The fact is, Tunisia offers natural renewable unconventional energy potential that is unknown to most intellectuals in the energy field.

MIK Technology strongly believes Tunisia’s barren endorheic salt lakes that are commonly known as Chotts (shores in Arabic) could generate safe and sustainable osmotic power that would at least double Tunisia’s current power demand and possibly triple if all the major Chotts are dedicated for power generation.

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