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A dance floor that creates energy actually does exist, just not at EcoVillage–yet!
From Sustainable Rotterdam and Club Watt:
The Sustainable Dance Floor, a concept devised by the Sustainable Dance Club has become reality at Club Watt. This movable surface, measuring about 30 square metres, converts the kinetic energy from dancers into electricity which is used to light up the floor. This is the first dance floor which actually uses the energy generated by the people dancing on it.</blockquote
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