The technology which uses urine-fed Microbial Fuel Cells (MFCs) was used to power the festival’s giant screens.
Ieropoulos is head of the Bristol BioEnergy Centre (B-BiC) which operates in Bristol Robotics Laboratory (BRL) one of the most advanced robotics research centres in the world.
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Ieropoulos and his team developed the technology which is now being continuously tried and tested under the trademark ‘PEE POWER’.
The technology is able to convert urine into energy powerful enough to charge a mobile phone or to turn on lights in a building.
Ieropoulos and his team placed mobile toilets...