Harvesting energy from motion of traffic

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KinergyPower is a new form of alternative energy which is also an example of distributed generation. KinergyPower was invented by two brothers Stefanos and Dimitri Horianopolous in Greece in 2002. Their system uses a series of hydraulic pistons to absorb the kinetic energy from the motion of traffic and transform it into hydraulic pressure. This pressure powers a hydro-generator unit which produces electricity.


KinergyPower Energy Carpets installed on only 100 meters of roadway with an average daily traffic pattern of either 450 cars or 4 loaded trucks will harvest and produce enough electricity to power one North American home for one year.


KinergyPowerUSA is based in Bedford, NY.






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