"The Biggest Type of Solar Storage"
The world's oceans, which are heating at the rate of two trillion 100-watt light bulbs burning continuously,
To a depth of 500 metres they are warming by 0.005 degrees C a year and 0.002 degrees between 500-2000 metres. Most of the heat initially accumulates in the top 10 meters and no radiation reaches below 100 meters. Diffusion is slow because the natural tendency of heat is to rise but mechanical action produced by wind and salinity gradients mixes some of that heat to deeper water.
Assisting this relocation with heat pipes, presents the opportunity to "constantly" produce as much energy was we currently derive from fossil fuels.
In other words we can power real light bulb, transportation as well as heating and airconditioning with the heat that is otherwise destroying the planet's ability to sustain life.