A peachy new fuel source


Clemson University biosystems engineer Caye Drapcho's new research is just peachy.

Drapcho is using bacteria to generate hydrogen from rotting peaches.

Drapcho says peaches could work well as a biofuel because they have a high percentage of sugars that can be converted to hydrogen.

It could be an inexpensive way to produce power. The South Carolina Peach Council says more than 20 million pounds of peaches that are unfit for sale are thrown away every year.
It does not sound like enough to produce sufficient quantities, but if it worked with other rotting produce it might be interesting.


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