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Urine could hold the key to low cost energy
By T.K. Randall
August 20, 2010 · 10 comments
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University researchers in Edinburgh have developed a system to test if urine could be used to make fuel cells.
The research could lead to a new cheaper and more environmentally friendly alternative to hydrogen or toxic methanol fuel cells.
Urine could hold the secret to low cost energy, university boffins have revealed. Researchers have developed a system to test whether it can be used in fuel cells as an alternative to flammable hydrogen or toxic methanol.
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