water-for-power from Sun CatalytixThe Tata Group announced a collaboration with MIT scientist Daniel Nocera, founder of SunCatalytix, to develop an electrical power source that uses only minute quantities of water. Through a  technique that mimics photosynthesis the process may be able to meet the entire planet’s electricity demands for one day using only a swimming pool-sized container of water.

The process splits hydrogen from water to generate power from the sun.

WATCH the video below, which describes the idea to power the world.

(READ the article in Fast Company)

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