Nigerian Students Made Generator Running On Water (Photos)

According to Emeka Okoye who is part of the convener and a tech enthusiast, a village school in Akwa in Anambra State has broken the norm to emerge as one of the most gifted sets of kids.

The school is located in a typical village with no access to internet, computers, and electricity.

Some of the amazing things produced are:

1. Electricity Generator powered by water
2.Waste Digester
3.Torch from potatoes.
4. Rocket Launcher

The generator generates 610 watts of electricity and it has been tested for about 5 hours, the most amazing thing about this generator is that it is powered by water.

The digester breaks waste including plastics into useful and valuable components that can be used for other things, they also make locally made batteries from discarded Dettol bottles.

Each cell generates more than 3 watts of electricity.

See more photos below:-

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