Self-Sustaining Solar Panel Creates Energy From Bacteria In Dirt
Microbes break down plant nutrients to release electrons that are used to create an electrical current.
A bio-photovoltaic panel installed at the Valldaura campus of the Institute for Advanced Architecture of Catalonia (IAAC) consists of a battery that produces energy from bacteria in the soil around it.
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