TheÂ Thermoelectric generator is, as it is self-explanatory, a generator which converts heat energy to electrical energy. The key component of the generator is theÂ Peltier Cell, a cell which producesÂ voltage on receiving heat. The user can simply place a heat source in the box and cover it up with the heat sink, which has peltier cells placed underneath it, covered up by a metal plate. An external fan is placed on the system to cool it simultaneous to the working of the generator. The system can produce up to 10Â Volts of maximumÂ voltage with aÂ maximum ofÂ 3 Amperes current.