France develops 'cheese power' as new energy source


Bacteria bred in whey, the liquid strained to make cheese, generate a clean, renewable energy source that can also be used to produce electricity.

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The small Alpine town of Albertville, which is best known for having hosted the 1992 Winter Olympics, has recently become home to a new type of power plant — one that turns cheese into electricity, reports Vice.