Karachi students find a way to generate cheap electricity
Karachi: Prolonged power outages have been a serious problem across the country, including Karachi. In such a situation, the talented youth of Karachi have invented an easy and cheap way to generate electricity.
Students of a private institute have come up with a solution to the problems of the citizens who are worried about the power outage.
Electrical engineering students at the Usman Institute of Technology have not only developed a project called Barak to increase power generation capacity, but have also successfully tested the Hub Canal.
A turbine built in any water, including rivers and streams, can provide electricity for many hours. The turbine can generate 1000 volts of electricity. Its productivity can be further enhanced by further innovation.
Talking to Hum News, the students said that the use of turbines in the northern areas could be more effective, with government patronage, the project can be further improved.