This of course, depends on a number of variables, chiefly:
-The weight of each egg
-The distance each egg falls from
-The efficiency of transducing kinetic energy to electricity
So assuming a 60 gram egg (that's large but not unrealistic),
and assuming a 10 meter drop (also large but not unrealistic),
and assuming 100% transduction efficiency (totally unrealistic),
each egg would have a velocity of ~14m/s and have a kinetic energy of 0.001633333 watt/hours.
So if you had 1,000,000 eggs each day, you would have 1.633 kw/h of electricity, which would be the same as a 1000 watt solar panel would produce in ~100 minutes.
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