Just look at the size of that tug boat next to Poseidon, a massive floating power plant off the coast of Denmark. He weighs about 350 tons. The alternative energy power plant generates electricity from three methods. First underwater turbines that harness underwater movement and currents. Second it has three wind turbines that tower over a beautiful white base that looks bigger in person. Finally it uses the movement from waves to produce as it floats at sea. It was built to withstand major storms and can produce electric in a cost effective manor at 10 cents per kilowatt hour. It is able to produce energy at such a low cost because it utilizes three methods of alternative energy technology. It is looked at from boats as a modern marvel and a milestone of the clean energy movement. Hopefully it has some lights on it because I wouldn’t like to see a tanker full of toxic oil run into it. The question is will it take hold and be adopted globally as a widespread method of alternative energy. I wonder how many of these babies it would take to power a portion of Americas energy needs.. Hopefully in conjunction with wind power on land this can make a significant impact on dependency of coal and oil.