Sun Feb 9, 2014 5:35PM
A Palestinian man in the Israeli-blockaded Gaza Strip has come up with a new method to light up houses and streets in his neighborhood as the Palestinian territory suffers from massive power cuts, Press TV reports.
Hassan Saad, who is in his thirties, has launched a project to make use of expired and broken batteries to produce electricity.
He has managed to provide 60 houses, several streets, and the mosque in his neighborhood with safe and free lights during power outages.
Saad told Press TV that he came up the project, which is called the National Unity Network, because he personally suffers from the power cuts and the prices of batteries are high that most people in the coastal enclave cannot afford.
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