Energy-Generating Soccer Ball Could Reduce Kerosene Use, According To Harvard Students

Energy-Generating Soccer Ball Could Reduce Kerosene Use, According To Harvard Students
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Four Harvard students are betting that the popularity of soccer around the globe can help reduce the use of kerosene.

They came up with the idea for the sOccket, a soccer ball that generates and stores electricity during normal game play. The stored electricity in the ball can then be used to light an LED lamp, or charge a cellphone or battery.

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