New Eco-Nightclub Powered By Dancing Feet

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Club Dance FloorHere’s something very cool that is bound to catch on at dance clubs in Europe: dance floor powered night clubs. They work like this: the dance floor is made out of springs and power generating blocks, the blocks create electricity when they’re stepped on, the power is saved into nearby batteries, and this keeps the batteries constantly charged and sending power to the night club. This new design is something to talk about between eco-friendly party-goers, and some clubs are even offering free cover to anyone that walks or bikes to their doors. For more information, check out Club 4 Climate, and keep your eye out for the new eco-nightclub opening soon in London. 

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