Water and not Wind?

Wind turbines are proliferating world wide but are not necessarily the most efficient way of producing electricity. Pictured is a simple system where the water in a tank is heated the steam drives the wheel around, now if we pressurise the tank it would be water rotating the wheel, but if the principle is changed and water is directed to the nozzles no tank is needed, take this further and contain the rotary element into a housing and then push or drop water through a designed rotor we connect with a generator and gearing we have power production in its simplest/ crudest  form. In spite of the simplistic construction with modern materials and construction techniques a very creditable efficient water turbine in varying size and out put can be constructed, and in areas where drought is constant the sea water used to drive the rotary unit can go to desalination processes for irrigation.

Heat water rotate ball!! Pressurise Water and Rotate Ball
Heat water rotate ball!! Pressurise Water and Rotate Ball