A mechanical engineer from Pakistan has successfully managed to develop a generator that operates on water. Instead of costly gasoline, the generator produces electricity from water. The 31-year old engineer namely Rehan Aziz Farooqi from Swat in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province of Pakistan has invented the machine. Surprisingly, the passionate researcher has been working for more than two decades to realize this water feeding power generator.
The scientist has managed to break up hydrogen from water and to use it as a fuel to run his generator. The contraption, according to the researcher, is capable to generate 12 kilowatts of power from one liter of water. It means that we get the electricity required to power up a house for five hours from one liter of water. The machine, which has the dimensions of 4 x 4 feet, can be made inexpensively, the researcher further said.
Born to an engineer family, the researcher has been nourishing up the dream of building a water generator since his childhood days. Well, thanks to his hard work of two decades, he has now realized the amazing generator that consumes water for power production. Of course, if the government could back him in financial and infrastructural grounds, he could produce a huge amount of power from the Swat River.
The researcher thinks that his technology will be a right answer for the looming energy crisis. Under a dedicated government program, this machine can largely be distributed among people, who are accessible to enough flowing water sources for adding into the growing energy requirement of the country and its people.