Not to be outdone by other tailgaters, Aggie Scientists have invented a new way to tailgate. They use a generator, but it doesn't run on gas.
The Ags call it the world's first hydrogen fuel cell powered generator.
Saturday, they ran two televisions, a satellite system and stereo off it.
Inventors say the fuel cell generator is more quiet than gas-powered generators, has no harmful emissions and no odor.
"With any luck, if we can get enough customer feedback, maybe by next football season a system like this might be available to the general public to purchase," said Jeremy Steinshnider.
Current and former A&M College of Science students worked with company Lynntech to develop the generator.
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