Wind Power Turned Sideways

As fish swim in a school, they generate power in their wake that other fish can share. When a researcher at CalTech realized that the model could be duplicated for wind turbines, he started designing a wind farm with closely packed turbines.

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As fish swim in a school, they generate power in their wake that other fish can share. When a researcher at CalTech realized that the model could be duplicated for wind turbines, he started designing a wind farm with closely packed turbines. 

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