Scientists found that regular bricks can be used to store energy according to an online magazine named “Nature Communications” that was published last August 11. After many tests, the bricks became strong enough to turn on emergency lightings in hallways or power sensors that are fixed in walls. Scientists saw that the bricks have good strength and structure to become energy devices. They pumped a set of gases inside the small holes that gave chemical reactions, coating them with nanoplastic fiber called PEDOT that allows electricity to flow. Researchers are positive that this new technology can soon be another source of renewable energy.