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These sustainable floats gather vital data about the ocean - while using the water to recharge 

Seatrec’s floats harness the ocean’s thermal energy to recharge. Image: Unsplash/Michael Olsen

Walé Azeez

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Seatrec’s floats harness the ocean’s thermal energy to recharge, meaning they can transmit data without polluting the water.
Seatrec’s floats harness the ocean’s thermal energy to recharge, meaning they can transmit data without polluting the water. Image: Seatrec

Seatrec floats generate electricity from ocean temperature changes.
Seatrec floats generate electricity from ocean temperature changes. Image: Seatrec

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