The renewable energy increasingly are gaining a foothold in our day to favor the environment and combat climate change. The clearest examples are solar chargers or electric cars because they have a large charging capacity to provide enough durability.
It is not good to charge the mobile to the maximum, or let the battery drain or have the device continuously connected. Do not abuse plugging it in and thus you will get it to have a longer useful life.
The technology advances and never fails to surprise you , so can you imagine generating your own energy waste? The group of scientists from the Bristol BioEnergy Center (United Kingdom) have presented a new fuel that is capable of converting urine into electricity .
The innovation researchers want this project to be able to feed entire households in the future, although at the moment this seems like a difficult task to achieve. It may sound unbelievable, but urine can produce a constant supply of low-power electricity for devices like mobiles and small robots .
With the first test they carried out, they managed to generate up to 300 W / hour of electricity to supply light to a one-watt bulb for 300 hours.
One of the solutions to provide more autonomy would be to supply a power generation that is protected by microbial fuel cells . These microbes feed on organic matter that is subsequently broken down into chemical energy, generating electricity and clean wastewater at the same time.
The first test has already been carried out
Scientists have published in a study that they have succeeded in demonstrating a miniaturization approach to producing energy. The selected phone was the Samsung GT-E2121B that performed the basic functions of browsing the Internet , playing music or connecting to Bluetooth . Finally, the output voltage was enough to try and recharge the battery.