Social Enterprise Academy
Converting energy from footsteps into electricity.
Pavegen are an innovative clean tech company, headquartered in London, who develop and manufacture flooring technology that converts the wasted kinetic energy from footsteps into renewable electricity. Imagine a future where applications and networks are powered by the collective footsteps of the public, in both internal and external environments. Our highly engaging off-grid technology has the ability to radically change our smart cities, by providing a low-carbon energy contribution and real-time data analytics.
Laurence was voted Businessman of the year 2013 at the international PEA awards, Shell Livewire Entrepreneur of the year finalist 2011, first place in the Santander Entrepreneurship Award 2012, Most Inspirational Young Person for the 2012 Climate Week Awards.
Prior to becoming the founder and CEO of Pavegen in 2009, he graduated with a 1st class honours in Industrial Design & Technology from Loughborough University. As CEO and a member of the Board, he encourages a revolutionary approach to the energy efficiency industry, whilst leading the Pavegen team from a technology and operations standpoint.
Laurence explains in his own words who Pavegen are and what they are doing.
Laurence and Denzyl discussed the best way to approach large corporations to really get noticed by them, he shares more in this video.
Denzyl had a fresh outlook to the industry and injected some energy and marketing ideas into the business that I would not have come across in my wildest dreams. He also offered to make some introductions that could prove vital to my business.
Laurence Kemball-Cook, CEO & Founder of Pavegen