More than 1.3 billion people, or approximately one-fifth of the world’s population, live without access to an electrical grid. That is roughly five times the number of people living in the United States, a country that is so plugged-in that access to electricity is all but taken for granted.
In places without electricity, kerosene has become the most common option for lighting. But kerosene is dangerous, dirty, expensive, and inefficient. People who burn kerosene, wood, and other…Continue
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I find the concept of a sugar powered battery fascinating. I love the fact that the mobile electronics sector is continually innovating. Not sure what everyone else thinks! Could be an interesting solution for off grid areas.
Here's the article from the Guardian newspaper:Continue
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