How Walking on the Street Converts to Electricity

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Jan. 27 (Bloomberg) -- Laurence Kemball-Cook, CEO & Founder of Pavegen Systems, discusses creating electricity from human kinetic energy as one of the solutions to the urban energy shortage. He speaks on Bloomberg Television's “The Pulse.” (Source: Bloomberg)

Every day.

When you walk down a street, we can convert your electric energy into power.

Power on the street can be connected.

How does it work and how efficient is it?

It is a really efficient system.

There is continuous pol or coming out of it.

We are going to see that getting better as we reduce the cost curve on our product.

With a few steps, you can see the things behind me on the steps.

We are storing energy and connecting into batteries.

With just a few steps, you can see the sign being a limited.

That is all it takes?

What's a sign like this will go for 30 seconds or a minute.

Imagine 100 thousand people aggregating power and that is what we are doing.

100,000 people to a awful lot of damage to pavement and you have to use resistant material.

How capable of standing up to that kind of battering is your technology question mark my team, when we go out, we want a product and a machine that is nonstop.

It can go down to -50. you are in a tough situation outside.

We have engineered something that can stand up to that.

How is the business model standing up?

Funding, getting this out, bringing it to europe.

Right now, we are in 14 countries and we do a lot of business in europe and north america.

We are reducing cost curves to the same price as normal flooring and that is our ambition.

We are trading and you can see it powering train stations and the biggest retail sites in the world.

Next, the biggest airports will use this technology.

Thank you very much for stopping by.

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