Tech Crunch

Pavegen, a UK startup which harvests energy from people’s footsteps and also tracks that data, has raised £2.6m on its crowdfunding push having doubled its initial £950k target.

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Forbes

As Britain Signals Retreat From Carbon, One Entrepreneur Steps Up To The Plate


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Independent

Pavegen is an energy and data harvesting company that uses pedestrian footsteps as an energy source

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London Live

Your footsteps could be helping the homeless

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The Telegraph

Energy floor tile business Pavegen raises money from billionaire Hinduja brothers

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Yanko Design

The pavement of the future turns your footsteps into electrical energy! By Sarang Sheth

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Green Heart beating in Birmingham

The University of Birmingham’s new high-tech recreational space includes an electricity-generating Pavegen walkway

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Saudi Gazette

Abu Dhabi Int’l Airport converts footsteps of travellers into off-grid electricity and data.

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Gulf Construction

Leme Lighting, an award-winning lighting company in the UAE, has entered into a strategic partnership with British energy and data harvesting firm Pavegen to launch its smart flooring technology and expertise in the UAE.

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Smart Cities World

Pavegen produces an interactive flooring technology which converts the kinetic energy of footfall into off-grid electricity

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