Street lights, charged from the steps of passers-by, set in Las Vegas

Las Vegas proves that kinetic energy is a real solution to reduce emissions of carbon dioxide by the world's first "smart" street lamps, powered by electricity generated using steps of the pedestrians. Located in new York, the company EnGoPLANET in cooperation with the city installs street lighting, powered by solar and kinetic paving slabs on the square Boulder Plaza in the Arts District area.






"We want to ensure the highest level of service, at the same time looking to the future and ensuring our sustainability," said mayor of Las Vegas Carolyn G. Goodman. — "Thanks to our LEED-certified buildings, solar projects, water reclamation, alternative fuel vehicles, and sustainable street lights of Las Vegas continues to lead the way. Las Vegas strives to be at the forefront, and this project coincides with plans for the development of innovative area in our center."



The company estimates that the developed world spends more than $40 billion a year on energy for more than 300 million traditional street lights, which lead to the release of more than 100 million tons of carbon dioxide per year. From solar-kinetic street lights is a huge opportunity to help governments fulfil their climate targets, while increasing the number of cities to announce plans to reduce emissions to zero and 100% transition to renewable energy sources. Now EnGoPLANET is conducting a crowdfunding campaign on Indiegogo to raise money to install solar and kinetic lights in 10 villages in Africa. published SUBSCRIBE to OUR youtube channel that allows you to watch online, download from YouTube free video about the recovery, the rejuvenation of man. Love for others and ourselves, as the feeling of high vibrations — an important factor for improvement .

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Source: www.energy-fresh.ru/tech/gkx/?id=13861

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