Nautical Torque Technology derives its energy production from large particles of slowly moving mass. Existing ships, barges, tankers, cruise ships, and other LPSMs (Large Particles of Slow-Moving Matter) can produce energy via the slow vertical movement of their mass, which occurs every day as they rise and fall with incoming and outgoing tides. As the LPSM rises and falls it creates a virtually irresistible force. Attaching a mechanical strut or beam to the LPSM harnesses this force to create continuous renewable electricity.

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Our seaside prototype includes a gearing system rested on an existing dock or harbor which is reinforced to support the weight of the equipment. The natural rise and fall of the tide will activate the barge or ship, which is connected to a see saw system in order to produce continuous electricity.