The supply of electrons in photosynthesis comes from water.

After cruising around small German streets at a frustrating 20 mph, I saw the sign for the de-restricted autobahn. I stirred down through the gears until I hit 3rd and matted the gas pedal. The SPCCI engine responded well and pulled all the way up to its 6,000-rpm redline before I snatched another gear. The speed dial slowly crept up, but my attention was elsewhere in an effort to keep a priceless prototype in one piece. It’s only as I approach an blocking the outside lane that I look down and see 130 mph. What is extraordinary about this tale is not that an R8 was in the way of a hatchback with an eco-engine, but rather that the engine felt pokey all the way up to this speed, and it could have given more.

All living things need a constant supply of energy if they are to grow, reproduce or move.

That being said, when Photosynthetic electricity is finally able to be used it has the possibility to create an almost endless supply of clean energy that not only does not produce emissions but actually cleans up emissions that were previously released by the burning of fossil fuels.

The light reactions of photosynthesis supply the ..

The transfer of electrons during the light-dependent reactions of photosynthesis reduce DPIP, changing it from light blue to colorless....

The process of capturing electricity from the process of photosynthesis is not extremely easy and there are many different ways to go about harvesting this energy.