It will soon be possible to add wastewater to Ghana’s renewable energy sources, thanks to a partition developed at Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST).
The partition made from clay from Mfensi in the Ashanti Region will make it possible to generate power from wastewater.
On today’s Tech Thursday, Luv FM’s Kwasi Debrah speaks with inventor, Dr. Reuben Yao Tamakloe of the Department of Physics who explains how the new technology works.
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