Tuesday, 24 Apr, 2012 Science

Green Lamp that Produces Power from Algae


Pierre Calleja is a French biochemist who managed to come up with an algae-powered lamp.

It would be interesting to note that such lamps are filled with water and algae that throughout the day convert sunlight and CO2 from the air.

The produced power is collected in batteries that are connected to the tank. At night the batteries are used to power the light and thus generate a bright green glow.

Due to the fact that the algae in the lamp can serve as a powerful instrument in maintaining low levels of CO2 emissions, it could also be used in underground parking garages.

[via Earthtechling]

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//2 May 13, 2012 07:35 AM | posted by: prashant_shelar87 [InfoTOT]
as watching the reduction of plants and trees in our world, it is an good step to make an attentions towards them but with such innovation we must not forget them and don't let it be an replacement of our nature.
46 votes

//1 May 12, 2012 05:28 PM | posted by: sara ali [InfoTOT]
it a really interesting idea and very helpful for the world and it will help in reducing the co2 emission.
its a great work

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