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Submission + - Pavegen to Tap Pedestrians for Power in the UK (inhabitat.com)

An anonymous reader writes: Several years ago Laurence Kembell-Cook unveiled Pavegen floor tiles, which capture kinetic energy from footsteps and convert it to electricity. Now after two years of product testing and picking up a slew of awards across the U.K., Pavegen has received its first commercial order — to light up the new Westfield Stratford City Shopping Centre.
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Pavegen to Tap Pedestrians for Power in the UK

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