Electricity produced by wood stoves could result in cost savings

May 9, 2014

College of New Caledonia researchers have turned $20,000 into wood stove-generated electricity.

On Wednesday, the school's applied research and innovation department unveiled the results of a six-month long project using new technology to produce power from the heat of a wood stove.

Funded by a grant from the Omenica Beetle Action Coalition, the thermoelectric generators showed electric current can be produced from any hot surface. That has the potential for a wide range of uses, including power recovery in cars and charging electronic devices in the backcountry...Read more.

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