Let's say an intelligent civilization of beings capable of building planetary superstructures created an artificial planet with a solid core capable of generating a gravity well and covered the surface with a combination of hydraulic turbines facing the same direction across the planet along certain paths and transmission towers capable of far-field electromagnetic radiation. They cover the surface in a liquid up to the turbines and place small, super dense satellites with their own gravity wells in low, stable orbits mimicking the paths of the turbines. For every satellite travelling East to West, there is another travelling West to East at a slightly different inclination to prevent rotation of the parent planet ever matching satellite orbit velocity. The satellites are also organized so they will never collide with one another or enter each others' gravity wells. The satellites cause waves which turn the turbines which generate electricity which is transmitted off the planet by the transmission towers. Assume that-
A: The machinery is maintained by autonomous drones capable of self service.
B: There is no cataclysmic interaction with extraterrestrial bodies.
C: All the construction materials and liquids involved don't chemically react to any of the others, regardless of state of matter.
D: The drones' power use does not exceed the power generated by the planet (derived from the fact that our hydraulic turbines and generators do not consume more resources than they produce).
Does this create a cycle of infinite energy generation that would eventually exceed the resources used to create it, or would the inertia of the satellites eventually be reduced by the opposing forces of the waves they pull, resulting in their deceleration and destabilization, causing them to crash down? Would the friction and solar radiation be able to exceed the liquid's heat loss from thermal radiation, causing it to eventually evaporate and gain enough energy as a gas to escape the parent planet's gravity well? Is this scenario truly a closed cycle with exception to energy output, or could there be other forces acting on it, even in unobservable magnitudes over millennia, from outside the bounds of the parent planet's gravity well? Is this a macro scale example of Newton's Third Law being broken, as has already been observed at the quantum scale in lasers?