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Pave by Joan Sandoval

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New cycling shop in Barcelona offers a riders a country club atmosphere

In all types of design, the happiest place is where simplicity, utility and beauty intersect. Pave, a Barcelona road bike shop designed by architect Joan Sandoval, is nicely ensconced in that happy spot. The clean, minimal build-out features back-lit boxes for displaying bikes, a cycling lit library where visitors can hang out and drink coffee, a lounge area for watching races, and showers for......read more

Paving the Future

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Pedestrians pave the way for green energy.

In London, tests are underway for glowing paving slabs that create energy simply by being stepped on. The green slabs, which contain a light that gets brighter according to how much energy is stored, are designed to ‘flex’ less that 5mm when walked over. Inventor Laurence Kemball-Cook says the patented Pavegen System slabs could be used to power anything from lighting at bus stops to......read more

Pavegen Harvests Energy From Footsteps

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UK startup seeks to harness the energy at our feet

With the right mix of creative thinking, technological ingenuity, and, well, money, there really is no limit for the future of renewable energy. Take the case of Pavegen, a UK company that has developed the world's first system for harnessing energy from footsteps. By stepping or hopping on a Pavegen floor tile, users create clean, off-grid electricity that can 
used for anything from......read more

Solar Roadways

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Every paved road could be a source of renewable energy. Why the hell not?

There are myriad opportunities when it comes to solar applications, and this one is a tripple win.  Every paved surface in the country -from highways to bike paths - could be generating renewable energy with Solar Roadways.  We could generate enough electricity to power the country 3 times over.  And there's more: programmable LEDs would send information to drivers, while......read more

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