Microbial Fuel Cell (MFC) is a renewable energy concept that utilizes the electroactive bacteria in nature to become electrical energy. In general, the HOOP device consists of two systems, namely the Microbial Fuel Cell (MFC) system and the mobile application system. In the MFC system, HOOP utilizes a combination of human feces and agar salt bridge media to produce electrical energy. Human feces is used as substrate in the HOOP device because the author believed that many bacterial populations living in it. These bacteria work an active role in carrying out electrochemical reactions that can generate electricity. In improving the performance of tool, HOOP is equipped with a mobile application to easily control by user. This is made to optimize the work of bacteria in generating electricity and to make it easier for users to operate the device. In the MFC system, primary data obtained from direct research are used. In this study, the stresses of 3 test variations were obtained. The highest result was obtained at 26.6 volts DC and amplified by an amplifier circuit then converted to AC voltage using an inverter. It is hoped that the HOOP device can fulfill the electrical needed In Indonesia, especially in low electrical energy sources. HOOP can be a solution to achieve Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) by the year 2030.

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Fanny Eka Putri
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Muh Khadafi Kasim

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