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Pavegen: helping schools to transform the future of energy generation

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    1. Creator Sybil Collas on January 28, 2013

      It's a bit sad you didn't make it.. I think more updates or making the thing lively would have helped :/
      I hope you can bring the project to light anyway, it's such a great idea!

    2. Creator Edgar Hoffmann on December 14, 2012

      Great project! Can we find you on twitter and help promote the project?

    3. Creator Griffin Patterson on December 4, 2012

      Love seeing projects relating to my studies (Phd in Electroceramics)! Really hope this works out! Where was your installation at the Olympics? I went to the energy exhibition with Sustainable Dance Club (non-piezoelectric crowd harvesting floor tiles), but didn't hear about your installation. Also, how does your product compare with the data collected from the Tokyo Station tiles? Their officials have claimed 1,400 kW/sec, however I do not believe the official results have been published. Really looking forward to following this campaign over the next few months and wish you luck with your company.

    4. Creator Benjamin Bangsberg on November 29, 2012

      Also can you make the power output compatible with the ReadySet smart batterypack? They have made their pack with a 'universal input' so it shouldn't be too hard and would really help in offering your generators on the 'domestic level'. Check out their successful kickstarter and company website. (yes I pledged and will be getting my solarkit this week sometime but I've been looking for an alternate source of power to compensate for nighttime and cloudy weather)…