You’ll never fail with potatoes. Squashed, boiled, fried, heated, roasted, and so on, it’s delicious. What’s more, beside quite often being a treat to the sense of taste, it is likewise stuffed with vitamins B6, C, and D and with minerals including potassium, zinc, iron, calcium, phosphorus, and magnesium. As though those weren’t sufficient, simply realize that potatoes are additionally rich in protein, fiber, and antioxidants.

On the off chance that you’re still not a fanatic of potatoes even in the wake of perusing the nutritious advantages that it offers, then ideally, this next piece will bring a change of heart. Aside from filling our tummies, a potato can likewise be changed into an effective battery. Isn’t that a-“peel”- ing?

Yes, you read that privilege. Potato. Battery. We are not kidding!

Professor Haim Rabinowitch, a member from the science and agribusiness staff at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, found a way to transform a potato into a successful power source. In any case, it must be emphasized that a potato alone can’t do the trick. Two metal bars must be joined to the potato for it to work, as doing as such will prompt a synthetic response that will create chemical energy.

The group likewise found that if the potato is boild for eight minutes, the energy that it produces increases ten times. Also, cost examination uncovers that utilizing bubbled potatoes as a wellspring of power is around six times cheaper than a kerosene lamp and around 50 times less expensive than a standard 1.5 volt AA battery.

What will you need are the accompanying: potatoes; two metal rods, one emphatically charged, for example, copper, and one positively charged, for example, zinc; and alligator clips. Utilizing these things, we can make a potato battery that can supply a room with LED-fueled lighting enough energy to keep going for no less than 40 days. Envision that! Also, envision how this can help those poor people that are still without power!