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Credits: Joule/Lit et al.


Scientists at Stanford University have designed an electrocatalytic mechanism that works like a mammalian lung to convert water into fuel.

Their research on fuel efficiency could help existing clean energy technologies run more efficiently.

To read more on how this innovative system can alter the clean energy sector press here.

By Jun Li, Yangying Zhu, Wei Chen, Zhiyi Lu, Jinwei Xu, Allen Pei, Yucan Peng, Xueli Zheng, Zewen Zhang, Steven Chu and Yi Cui for Joule Journal

Credits to Science Daily News.

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Portland, Oregon Uses Toilet Turbines to Power City – Genius!

Categories: Americas, Energy, Planet, Recommended Reading, Return, Waste, Water
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February 24 2015 – Portland, Oregon has started using something called toilet turbines as a source of renewable energy, and it’s one of those ideas that makes everyone slap their forehead and say, “of course!”

The idea behind the concept of a toilet turbine is remarkably simple. Scott Falkner Read more.