The system uses the hot air and gaseous emissions emanating from the Houses of Parliament.
The system’s developer Mr Frederick Art said: “The amount of hot air emanating from the Houses surpasses the whole of Cornwall. The flatulence is the equivalent of the country’s entire cow population.
My system harnesses the emissions and converts them to energy.
“It’s a two-system process. Hot air and the like will drive horizontally-mounted 3D wind turbine fans in the roof.
“The flatulence, which is particularly prevalent in the House of Lords, will be captured by filters. Instead of polluting the atmosphere with all that carbon dioxide, ammonia and methane it will be converted into electricity.
“The energy produced should be enough to power the whole of London.
“Of course, the estimates are based on recent House debates. The Prime Minister himself generates enough emissions to light a whole borough.
“If we revert to a more typically-sedate House with MPs and Lords snoozing on their benches, I’d suggest the restaurants serve more curries, prunes and mushy peas.
“But I don’t think it will come to that.
“At last MPs will actually be doing something useful, ” he added.
Ref: BBC News The road to clean energy
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