When Nick Peckham talks about his plan to generate power from the world’s rivers, he sounds more like a philosopher and anthropologist than the owner of an architectural firm.
Peckham, originally trained at the US Merchant Marine Academy and a licensed engineer, is in the early phases of developing a hydroelectric device he patented and named RioGen, essentially a floating paddle wheel meant to harness the steady power of a river to generate electricity.
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