We have seen energy elicited from pee, waste and kinetic efforts. But for Europe, it all boils down to the pine cones, moss and rotten fuel.
Expanding a bit the line of sources where folks can look to getting more fuel alternatives, Vaxjo in Southern Europe relies on the enumerated resources.
Already rich with a past tradition of turning to alternative sources which help power and keep their region ecofriendly, these new materials should somehow increase their niche as one of the world’s Greenest Cities, something dating as far back as the 1960s.
Today almost 90 percent of the city’s 60,000 inhabitants get their heat and hot water from the plant debris, which is also able to supply about 40 percent of the city’s electricity needs.