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Social Impacts

1) Using a circulating hydropower system cuts CO2 emissions by 100% compared to existing coal or thermal & natural fossil fuel power plants. The greatest impact on global gas emissions.

2) A circulating hydropower system does not depend on any river or stream of water flow. Saving billions of liters of water. Unlike existing thermal and hydroelectric plants, the same can be safely utilized for other purposes.

3) Dams are usually built on mountainous terrain with a forest. It will now minimize the reliance on huge dams, limiting the acquisition of large areas for backwater storage.

4) Freshwater scarcity will end as we can pump river water back before it reaches the sea.

5) Most importantly, no environmental litigation from locals communities or environmentalists for the installation of new circulating hydropower projects, hence installation will be faster than other power generation projects.

6) Energy independence will increase the country's economy and provide it complete control over the price of electricity, as opposed to fossil fuel price fluctuations such as crude oil and coal supplies.

7) Circulating hydropower systems can be installed inside large ships to replace fossil-fuel operated engines, reducing fuel use. Directly lowering CO2 emissions as well as the engine's operating costs. The speed of the ships will also rise, resulting in extremely quick service. As transportation between the countries or cities improves, demand will rise and opportunities will be created.

8) A major boost to islanders, who currently rely on diesel or gas-powered generators. Circulating hydropower systems can also be used underwater like submarine.

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