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Generate power from your workout

by Futures Centre, Mar 20
1 minute read

A gym in California, Sacramento Eco Fitness, is entirely powered by the use of its equipment.

Fitness First by Steven Lelham

The fitness equipment from SportsArt creates electricity by transferring the users’ kinetic energy into renewable power. The treadmill can generate up to 200 watts of electricity per hour through a micro-inverter built inside the machine. The gym is able to produce its own power, storing energy from busy times to use during off-peak hours.




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