EnGo Public Charging Station is Powered by Kinetic Tiles and Solar Panels in Missouri

September 16, 2014 by  
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NYC-based tech startup Volta Group has just installed its first EnGo public charging station that powers mobile devices with a clean energy combo of kinetic tiles and solar panels . Students at Webster University in St. Louis, Missouri can now recharge up to 14 portable devices (10 cables, two USB ports and two wireless charging pads) from the sun and their footsteps as electricity is generated every time someone walks across the kinetic energy tiles. The stations also include free Wi-Fi and an emergency intercom. Read the rest of EnGo Public Charging Station is Powered by Kinetic Tiles and Solar Panels in Missouri Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: EnGo public charging station , footsteps , kinetic tiles , mobile devices , renewable energy , solar panels , Volta Group , Webster University

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