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This clean energy invention runs on nothing but cold, night air Science
by Nsikan Akpan
PBS NewsHour Translate This Article
12 September 2019
On 12 September 2019 PBS NewsHour reported:
Engineers at UCLA and Stanford University have designed a generator that harnesses heat energy from the cool night air to produce renewable electricity. It is a modern twist on a technology that has existed for nearly 200 years, called thermoelectric generators. Right now the device can only power simple LED lights or charge a phone, but [Aaswath Raman, an engineer and materials scientist at UCLA who co-led the study published Thursday in Joule] said a few tweaks could increase its energy output.
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