SPG – A Submerged Power Generator Makes Electricity

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SPG – A Submerged Power Generator Makes Electricity

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An SPG (Submerged Power Generator) is fully submerged underwater like a submarine. When you are inside an SPG you are not in water. The air inside an SPG is similar to being inside a boat cabin or walking on land. You have to understand this first before you can understand that the electricity an SPG makes is made exactly like a generator next to a dam.


Click the link below for a very small movie to view.

How Does a Submerged Power Generator -SPG- Work

How is an SPG different from a dam? One important difference is how the falling water spins the turbine to drive the generator and another difference is how the water flows.

An SPG puts water inside a container that is very large! The large container is engineered to have a shape like a torpedo that is fired from a submarine for 2 reasons;
1) The shape of a torpedo is engineered to move through water quickly and efficiently &
2) A torpedo is engineered to be loaded into an airlock (called a “torpedo tube”) that allows the torpedo to be safely ejected into the water without sinking the submarine.

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"The SPG (Submerged Power Generator) is definitely an innovative hydroelectric device worthy of their approval and should be used by all the utility companies, not just in California but in the entire United States.”