Trevor Jackson & Eric Cailhol of Metalectrique are highlighting the fruits of their labour & obvious skills, on You Tube with an example of one of their fuel cells in action. The battery is made using plastic pipe and standard parts (apart from the cathode).

The fuel is a mixture of crushed beer cans, and other household aluminium
waste. At the time of the video the cell had run for 48hrs non stop, producing
about 10Watts, all for free. Refuelling is simple with more scrap cans.

Though rural communities in Kenya produce more plastic waste than aluminium villagers still use aluminium food cans and many pit holes are dug to bury the waste. Free energy & a cleaner environment has to be good news.

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