Proposal: 50 Gigawatts If They Dam The Red Sea

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I think that damming up the Red Sea would create other issues that in my opinion could make matters worse. Building and maintaining a structure that large would take massive amounts of money, maybe more than could be made selling electricity. It would definitly impact on the local ecology, and the shipping industry would probably have huge delays, as they would have to enter a new series of locks in the region. Maybe installing tidal generators may have less of an impact on the previous issues. The region isn't starved for energy, just clean energy.
 
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