Biochemistry

   

Plant-Microbial Fuel cell

Authors: Taha Abdelsalam Ashraf Taha, Ayman Sayed Abdulrahman

Once an exporter of oil and gas, the whole world is now struggling to meet its own needs. The growth in energy consumption is a response to the the countries’ economic expansion, industrialization, and change in people’s life style. Although all energy forms have been subjected to high growth, electricity consumption has increased substantially causing serious concerns over the power sector’s fuel mix, heavier reliance on fuel oil, and an unaffordable burden on the government budget in each country especially those in Africa. As a result, the world is determined to diversify the energy mix and to improve the efficiency of electricity consumption. It has also recognized that energy diversification and efficiency can impart other benefits such as cleaner environment, transfer of advanced technologies, and possible new areas of manufacturing and services. So the solution for this problem must be efficient, economic, sustainable and eco-friendly to overcome most of the troubles facing the world in this field. “Plant-microbial fuel cell” is believed to be the ideal solution for the energy issue that can fit the previously mentioned requirements so we develop the anode and the cathode in the MFC and we found new material for making the proton exchange membrane which is “Nylon” so we made prototype for this idea and to make test plan on it to know its efficiency and its cost. And we get better results than we expected.

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[v1] 2016-07-20 07:14:25
[v2] 2016-08-28 14:23:34

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