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| Updated on January 31, 2021

Researchers at the GLA University, Mathura, have invented a system for a vehicle to transform waste heat from pollution control systems into electric power.

The invention is a thermoelectric generator which is connected to the vehicle. When the engine starts, the heat intersection heats up; the energy is transferred to the thermoelectric power generator.

The University has applied for a patent for the “cost-effective mechanism for generating electrical energy”.

Published on January 31, 2021

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