Swiss startup tests low cost green battery in Tanzania : Page 2 of 2

January 13, 2020 //By Nick Flaherty
HiLyte is testing out a low cost green battery in Tanzania that uses a coffee filter and fertiliser to generate power in rural areas
HiLyte is testing out a low cost battery in Tanzania that uses a coffee filter and fertiliser to generate power in rural areas.

“Breathing kerosene smoke in a confined space for five hours is as bad for your lungs as smoking two packs of cigarettes,” said Barthes.

The company, founded by two researchers from EPFL, is currently focusing on Tanzania but plans to eventually expand into other markets.

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