Urban areas can modify their green infrastructure to include microbial fuel cells and generate electricity to help address energy security. Naturally occurring electroactive bacteria utilize plant compounds and organic pollutants as electron donors. Water is cleaned, electricity is generated, and additional ecological services are provided.

Generating electricity with urban green infrastructure microbial fuel cells.

Rosa Anna Nastro
2020

Abstract

Urban areas can modify their green infrastructure to include microbial fuel cells and generate electricity to help address energy security. Naturally occurring electroactive bacteria utilize plant compounds and organic pollutants as electron donors. Water is cleaned, electricity is generated, and additional ecological services are provided.
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