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Pee-powered vehicles are finally making a splash ...
By Ricardo Cruz - June 24, 2022
So basically urine turns into ammonia, which can then be used to produce energy. Up until now though, it’s been strictly academic.In 2009, research showed how to use electrolysis to produce hydrogen from human urine at a far cheaper cost than producing hydrogen from water. Now technological advancements are reinforcing its viability in larger-scale capabilities.

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