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Researchers from Nanyang Technological University in Singapore recently developed a wind harvester—a low-cost, durable, and lightweight tool that captures energy from even the most gentle gusts of wind. Once exposed to a breeze, the device produces enough power to charge small sensors and electronic devices. It also stores any unused electricity to a battery for use when no wind is blowing. The researchers claim their creation has the potential to replace batteries in small devices.

Wind replaces batteries

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