25 Feb '15, 7pm

Pavegen to install people-powered kinetic energy tiles in SNCF’s Parisian office

, Pavegen said the project was “demonstrating the potential of footfall power and the future for transport in sustainable France.” It is all part of Pavegen’s plan to implement innovative technology in every transport environment in France and contribute to SNCF’s focus on Research Innovation and Development. In the Parisian office for example, the staff will be able to see the energy they generate via an interactive screen installed in the corridor.

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