UFPB creates clean energy project for public agencies

Researchers from the Graduate Program in Development and Environment (Prodema) of the Federal University of Paraíba (UFPB) developed a project capable of generating clean energy and savings for public agencies. 

The initiative is a microsystem that transforms wind and photovoltaics into electricity, to produce renewable energy cheaper and more profitable for lighting public offices. According to the researcher responsible for the project, Edvanil Albuquerque, the prototype is in the testing phase and "can greatly reduce the cost of public agencies with energy."

However, for bureaucratic reasons, it has not yet been possible to complete the microsystem, which will still continue with the help of other researchers from the university.


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