NTU students find way to draw power from wastewater

Mr Aditya Kumar, Schneider Electric's regional application centre leader, flanked by Nanyang Technological University students Chan Hao Yang and Charlene Lim, with a prototype of the system the two undergraduates came up with.
Mr Aditya Kumar, Schneider Electric's regional application centre leader, flanked by Nanyang Technological University students Chan Hao Yang and Charlene Lim, with a prototype of the system the two undergraduates came up with.ST PHOTO: MARCIA LEE

Singapore's street lights could one day be powered by electricity generated by wastewater sludge.

The system that could make this possible was developed by two Nanyang Technological University undergraduates.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on August 17, 2019, with the headline 'NTU students find way to draw power from wastewater'. Print Edition | Subscribe