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Urine Power: This Could Be Africa’s Solution to Sustainable Energy

An innovative design that uses microbial fuel cells (MFC) to turn pee into electricity could be the solution for Africa where electricity is a luxury for many, despite it being a resource that could further develop the region faster.

Urine Power: This Could Be Africa’s Solution to Sustainable Energy
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