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.
As Britain Signals Retreat From Carbon, One Entrepreneur Steps Up To The Plate
Pavegen is an energy and data harvesting company that uses pedestrian footsteps as an energy source
Your footsteps could be helping the homeless
Energy floor tile business Pavegen raises money from billionaire Hinduja brothers
The pavement of the future turns your footsteps into electrical energy!
By Sarang Sheth
The University of Birmingham’s new high-tech recreational space includes an electricity-generating Pavegen walkway
Abu Dhabi Int’l Airport converts footsteps of travellers into off-grid electricity and data.
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.
Pavegen produces an interactive flooring technology which converts the kinetic energy of footfall into off-grid electricity
Pavegen has raised £2.6m on its crowdfunding push – READ
As Britain Signals Retreat From Carbon, One Entrepreneur Steps Up To The Plate – READ
Energy floor tile business Pavegen raises money from billionaire Hinduja brothers – READ
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