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Researchers harvest electricity from shadow through low-cost energy generator


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Researchers at the National University of Singapore have conducted a study to arrive at a conclusion on how electricity may be produced from shadow. A team from NUS Materials Science and Engineering and NUS Physics created a device called a shadow-effect energy generator (SEG) that uses the contrast in illumination between lit and shadowed areas to harvest electricity. The shadow-effect energy generator is a low-cost device.