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Pilot Program uses human waste biogas as renewable energy

Posted on 29 May 2019

A pilot program in South Australia will use the power of poo, also known as human biogas, to store and deliver renewable energy that is also cost efficient.

This new technology will take biogas from a wastewater treatment plant then store it as latent heat in molten silicon at a temperature of 1,414 degrees Celsius. It’s then delivered back as heat or power and turned into energy. Read the full article by ABC here.


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