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It is the stuff of the greenest of dreams: interlocking artificial islands outfitted with almost every renewable-energy technology imaginable, flowing thousands of megawatts of power along submarine cables to shore while supporting fish and hydroponic vegetable farms, and each day pumping millions of litres of salt-free water on to docking supertankers.

Dream of green ocean paradise at hand

It is the stuff of the greenest of dreams: interlocking artificial islands outfitted with almost every renewable-energy technology imaginable, flowing thousands of megawatts of power along submarine cables to shore while supporting fish and hydroponic vegetable farms, and each day pumping millions of litres of salt-free water on to docking supertankers.

It is the stuff of the greenest of dreams: interlocking artificial islands outfitted with almost every renewable-energy technology imaginable, flowing thousands of megawatts of power along submarine cables to shore while supporting fish and hydroponic vegetable farms, and each day pumping millions of litres of salt-free water on to docking supertankers.