Crowd funding campaign launches for energy generating flooring

A new Kickstart campaign aims to get schools generating their own electricity through kinetic energy harvesting flooring

Pavegen is pitching to raise £50,000 through the crowd funding website to allow the flooring system to be installed in two new schools.

The system invented by Loughborough University student, Laurence Kemball-Cook, incorporates a tile which flexes up to 5mm as it is walked over generating kinetic energy. This kinetic energy is then instantly converted into useable electricity.

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