Hi there. I've been looking at whether it's possible to create renewable energy though the use of diplacement and taking advantage of pressure differences. Let me explain. Lets say you had a cylinder 100m x 50m. At the bottom of this cylinder you had multiple inlet pipes. The cylinder is then dragged down into the water using a weight of some kind so as to displace the water. The pressure at that depth, if I'm not mistaken would be 145.304 psi. The water is then allowed to pass through the inlet pipes to drive a turbine which then pumps the water out and over the edge of the cylinder. What I want to know is whether the energy created is likely to be greater than the energy required to remove the water from the cylinder?