CNET News Video: Carbon-negative energy source powers homes on walnut shells
CNET News Video: Carbon-negative energy source powers homes on walnut shells3:00 /
It's not exactly Mr. Fusion but it's getting close. All Power Labs in Berkeley, Calif., has built and sold hundreds of gasifiers around the world. The portable power source runs on organic material like corn cobs and coconut shells. But it's not just cleaner burning. Even the waste is good for the planet. All Power Lab's Tom Price shows us how it works.
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