The continuous rise in the cost of fuel in the world has caused much pain to the car users. With the increase in the number of vehicles, the demand for fuel products continues to rise compared to the supply in the market, this has raised to the price set by Oil Producing and Exporting Countries.
However, there can be a ray of hope at the end of the tunnel after an institution of higher learning in Ghana announced that their student had invented an excavator that uses water instead of Fuel. According to information shared by Tuko news on Facebook, the machine has no wires, batteries, sensors or cable.
While displaying the project in a viral video online, the student claimed that once sourced with enough resources he is confident that the technology will solve out the challenge of fuel in the world.
Many Netizens upplauded the technology while sharing their views in the post by Tuko news. Here are some of their comments.
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