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Pavegen are an innovative clean tech company, headquartered in London, who develop and manufacture flooring technology that converts the wasted kinetic energy from footsteps into renewable electricity. Imagine a future where applications and networks are powered by the collective footsteps of the public, in both internal and external environments. Our highly engaging off grid technology has the ability to radically change our smart cities, by providing a low-carbon energy contribution and real-time data analytics.
The concept of Pavegen was developed in 2009 by Laurence Kemball-Cook, whilst researching kinetic, off-grid energy solutions at Loughborough University. Since the company’s inception, Pavegen have independently embarked on a journey to become the market leader in the footfall energy harvesting sector, generating substantial global press coverage and public interest, with a series of commercial installations underway. Through our journey, we have developed a range of renewable energy technology products, and the company continues to thrive in this prospering market.
Our vision is to make Pavegen technology available to every community in the world. We are eager to develop new partnerships and are currently seeking investment in order to achieve mass production and equate the cost of our tiles against standard flooring solutions; transforming smart cities of tomorrow.
“I strongly believe that disruptive technologies are the best way to change people's attitudes to energy and reduce the reliance on fossil fuels and grid power”