Technology transforms sewer water into electricity

09/16/2013 | Google

Stanford University engineers have developed a way to harness electricity from sewage water. A prototype, about the size of a D-cell battery, captures the electrons given off by microbes to produce electricity. The model can capture about as much energy as solar technology with one difference -- it also cleans the water.

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