Ninth-grader invents renewable energy device powered by the sun, wind and rain : TreeHugger
Ninth grader Maanasa Mendu was watching the movement of tree branches during a storm when inspiration struck. To her, the branches looked like piezoelectric materials, devices that produce electricity from vibrations and she began to imagine a renewable energy technology that could harness the energy in the wind and rain.
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