Baku schoolgirl makes her first step to Nobel Prize
Baku schoolgirl Reyhan Camalova, who presented the Rainenergy device, which produces electricity from falling rain, at the Global Entrepreneurship Summit (GES) 2017, was included in Forbes''30 Under 30 Asia' list.
She became the first inventor from Azerbaijan, who was included in the rating of 29 people.
Reyhan, in cooperation with her school friends and physicists created the Rainergy device, which produces electricity from falling rain. It consists of four main parts: a rain collector, water tank, electricity generator and battery. The rain collector fills the water tank with rain water ,which then goes through an electricity generator at high speed, creating electricity. The energy is then stored in the battery, helping relieve pressure on power grids, and allowing yet another option for access to power for underserved communities.
The young inventor wants to become an astrophysicist and win a Nobel Prize.