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Kinetic Energy Generation From Footsteps  Born in the UK, pavegen has developed an energy recovery system powered through footsteps. Pavegen harnesses the kinetic energy from footsteps and converts it into renewable electricity. By stepping, jumping, or hopping on a 'pavegen floor tile', users create clean, off-grid electricity used to power multiple applications – from lighting, to interactive learning displays and charging points. Data can be collected on the harvested input.

Kinetic Energy Generation From Footsteps Born in the UK, pavegen has developed an energy recovery system powered through footsteps. Pavegen harnesses the kinetic energy from footsteps and converts it into renewable electricity. By stepping, jumping, or hopping on a 'pavegen floor tile', users create clean, off-grid electricity used to power multiple applications – from lighting, to interactive learning displays and charging points. Data can be collected on the harvested input.

Kinetic energy generation from footsteps    Footsteps can power the world. Seriously, this is really exciting. What started off as a Kickstarter campaign, the concept “harnesses the kinetic energy from footsteps and converts it into renewable electricity. By stepping, jumping, or hopping on a ‘pavegen floor tile’, users create clean, off-grid electricity used to power multiple applications – from lighting, to interactive learning displays and charging points.”

Kinetic energy generation from footsteps Footsteps can power the world. Seriously, this is really exciting. What started off as a Kickstarter campaign, the concept “harnesses the kinetic energy from footsteps and converts it into renewable electricity. By stepping, jumping, or hopping on a ‘pavegen floor tile’, users create clean, off-grid electricity used to power multiple applications – from lighting, to interactive learning displays and charging points.”

Students use their Feet to Power their School

Students use their Feet to Power their School

Students Walking to Power their SchoolA Video featuring a school in the USA where students are helpingpower their building just by walking.Special tiles are placed along the hallwayfloor

CityCharge: Solar Gadget Charging Stations Installed in NYC

CityCharge: Solar Gadget Charging Stations Installed in NYC

Anyone passing through New York City’s Bryant Park can avoid the headache of searching for free outlets at coffee shops to juice up their phones, powering up at outdoor tables with built-in s…

Why just use solar power or wind power when you can use both? Designed by Francesco Colarossi, Giovanna Saracino and Luisa Saracino as part of an Italian desig...

Solar Wind bridge concept could power 15,000 homes, grow vegetables

Why just use solar power or wind power when you can use both? Designed by Francesco Colarossi, Giovanna Saracino and Luisa Saracino as part of an Italian desig...

There are few designers out there doing as good a job making solar sexy as the SMIT team. We've covered this brother and sister team before (who, full disclosure, are friends of mine), when they were debuting their clever Solar Ivy designs, which went on to be featured at the MOMA's 2008 "Design and the Elastic Mind" exhibition.

There are few designers out there doing as good a job making solar sexy as the SMIT team. We've covered this brother and sister team before (who, full disclosure, are friends of mine), when they were debuting their clever Solar Ivy designs, which went on to be featured at the MOMA's 2008 "Design and the Elastic Mind" exhibition.

MA Textile Futures, London, micro gallery item 4

MA Textile Futures, London, micro gallery item 4

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