Generating Electricity From Dirt

Generating Electricity From Dirt
Dan Gould
  • 10 september 2008

Discover Magazine has a round-up of ten innovations that are ingenious in their simplicity, and potential to help the world. Named “confluent” technologies, they are all effective, affordable and sustainable for use in the developing world (and beyond). They range from micro-hydroelectric power to solar powered LED lamps and charcoal made from sugarcane.

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