• What if your bike commute generated energy for your neighborhood?

    11 days ago - By Fast Company

    A proposal for Amsterdam's Clean Energy Challenge envisions harvesting clean energy from bikes as they move around the city.
    Amsterdam is a city of cyclists: As of 2017, 68% of commutes to and from work or school were done via bicycle. Every day, people bike a total of 1.25 million miles. As they cycle, they're generating a lot of energy-an estimated 19.5 million watt-hours, which is enough to power thousands of people's homes. What if that energy could be harnessed?
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