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Energy-generating flooring launches in the US as Pavegen’s global expansion continues
01 Nov 2016 . BY Kate Corney
Hip-hop artist will.i.am, pictured here with CEO Laurence Kemball-Cook, is one of Pavegen’s celebrity ambassadors
Pavegen, the British clean-tech company, has launched an innovative flooring system that creates energy from footsteps.

The multi-functional V3 paving provides multiple options to integrate renewable energy production into urban spaces.

According to Pavegen, the technology has implications across sectors, including sport, hospitality and attractions.

It’s designed particularly for public spaces with high foot traffic, including retail and transport hubs, and can be integrated into Smart Cities to power things like street lighting.

The technology works through the transformation of kinetic energy from people’s footsteps into electricity through electromagnetic induction.

When used continuously, the paving can generate up to five watts of power, and can be attached to a battery to store energy as it is used.

“Expanding into the USA is not only a huge step for Pavegen, but also for the renewable energy sector - spreading the importance of sustainability across the globe and providing with electricity when and where it is needed,” said Pavegen CEO and founder Laurence Kemball-Cook.
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