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Pukkelpop 2017: New festival attraction for UCLL

Pukkelpop 2017

Without a doubt the highlight of our festival summer: Pukkelpop in Belgium. In 2015 and 2016 we already joined forces with local university college UCLL to investigate sustainable festival ideas. Now we’re happy to be working with UCLL again at Pukkelpop 2017.

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Explore Energy at Roper Mountain Science Center

Explore Energy at Roper Mountain Science Center

At Roper Mountain Science Center in Greenville, USA thousands of children will soon jump, dance, step and bounce on a 6-tile Sustainable Dance Floor. The floor will be part of their new exhibit Explore Energy. We talked to Valerie Mosher, STEM specialist at Roper Mountain Science Center, about their exciting new exhibit.

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Global Dance Challenge Eurekaweek 2017: You’ve got WATT it takes?

Global Dance Challenge Eurekeweek

From August 21-24, around 3,000 freshmen students will flood the streets of Rotterdam. During the annual ‘Eurekaweek’ of Erasmus University Rotterdam they start to get to know the city and their fellow students. A Global Dance Challenge on our Sustainable Dance Floor will be part of this year’s Eurekaweek. Together with Rotterdam. Make It Happen we’re going to find out if these freshmen have got WATT it takes…

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UN Environment partners with Energy Floors for UN Expo 2017

UN Expo 2017

Ever since we started our company, we have been aiming to engage people in sustainable energy generation. By educating about renewable energy with our energy floors we try to contribute to the worldwide energy transition. Now we get the chance to take a big step forward in the clean energy revolution by partnering with a high impact educational organization for UN EXPO 2017: UN Environment.

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Tech talk: how do kinetic tiles work?

How do kinetic tiles work

Generating off-grid electricity just by walking around or powering streetlights with your footsteps are no longer visions of a sustainable future, but reality. Kinetic tiles that generate power from human movement enable everyone to generate renewable energy. But how do kinetic tiles work exactly?

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Prins Willem Alexanderschool in Sliedrecht wint Gamer voor schoolplein

school sliedrecht wint tegels met zonnepanelen

Een duurzame prijs voor leerlingen van de Prins Willem Alexanderschool in Sliedrecht. Op hun schoolplein wordt een ‘Gamer’ geïnstalleerd: een vloer van energieopwekkende tegels met zonnepanelen, waarop ze interactieve spelletjes kunnen spelen. De vloer is de hoofdprijs in de Zwerfafvalwedstrijd 2017 die werd gehouden onder zeven Sliedrechtse basisscholen.

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World Science Festival: dancing in Times Square

World Science Festival - Science in the Square

The World Science Festival brings the Sustainable Dance Floor to the crossroads of the world: Times Square in New York City. From May 31 – June 3, the dance floor will be part of Science in the Square, the program part of the World Science Festival taking place in Times Square.

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Energy Floors goes EXPO 2017

The Sphere at EXPO 2017

Energy Floors goes EXPO 2017! For the world expo in Astana, Kazakhstan, we are invited by design agency Kunzberg, to showcase our Sustainable Dance Floor in the Kinetic Lab of their ‘Future Energy’ museum.

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Container Club returns to Germany for government campaign

Deutschland macht’s effizient Energy Dance Cube

This month the German government information campaign Deutschland macht’s effizient hits the road again. The campaign aims to raise awareness on energy efficiency among consumer groups. Good news: the German Federal Ministery of Economic Affairs and Energy (BMWi) chose to use our Container Club again. This mobile club is powered by solar and kinetic energy.

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How To Use the Sustainable Dance Floor At Your Event

immersive brand experience on the sustainable dance floor

So, the Sustainable Dance Floor converts kinetic energy from dancing people to electricity. You probably know that by now. But it doesn’t end there, far from it! When you rent the floor for your event, you can use the generated electricity any way you like to create an immersive brand experience. Read on for some inspirational examples.

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