Energy Floors installed a Sustainable Dance Floor in the CERN Fitness Club. This year, the European Organization for Nuclear Research celebrates its 60th anniversary and our floor was part of the festivities.
JANUARY 6, 2014 - ENERGIZE! DELTA LLOYD NEW YEARS PARTIES
Agency StageEvents used the Sustainable Dance Floor during three New Years’ receptions for their client Delta Lloyd. The events took place in 3 different cities in Holland; Amsterdam, Zwolle and Arnhem.
The E.ON Dance Plant on the Balaton Sound Festival was a success. The stand integrated SDF consisting of 9 modules, functioned as miniature power plant and virtually charged up an electric car, to drive around Lake Balaton.
The Green Dream District Team Joris and Levi were looking for the best sustainable ideas. In the Disney XD Discovery Truck, they travel through the whole Netherlands and stop at schools with great green ideas.
The new electric car of Toyota was presented on our floor. After the presentation, the floor moved to the dance location and was the main attraction of the big party afterwards. Germany certainly knows how to make a party!
The world famous company Saatchi & Saatchi placed our dance floor by commision of Voltarol in the Westfield Shopping centre in London. The visitors of the shopping centre where able to activate a hologram by dancing on the floor. Pretty cool!
Skoda integrated our sustainable dance floor in their exposition in Paris. During this exposition they presented their new Octavia green e-line car. This car was placed in front of our floor. A group of enthousiastic dancers where charging the car 3 times a day with a great danceshow.
The city of Erfurt in Germany was celebrating their 50th Lichterfest in Egapark Erfurt.
We were joining the party with a 36 modules big dancefloor. All the 22.000 visitors where able to experience our floor.
Eco-Charge. For the period of one week we installed two different floors excisting out of 8 and 32 modules for te enthousiastic fans of Stoke City FC and Manchester City. They battled each other both on the field as on our floor.
Horizont commissioned by Skoda. For the 2nd time we where present @ the Skoda stand during an international Car expo. On a 25 modules big floor, they presented their Skoda Green E-Line car. The first electric car charged by human power in China.
Nihirest Science centre. Our 2nd installation of a mini club. This time on the other side of the world. The mini club is one of the main attractions of the Nihirest science centre in Trinidad and Tobego
The SDC promo film (SDF XL) was invited to be featured at this festival. To compensate the used energy during a film festival, the organisation tried to give some energy back! We installed a 30 modules big dancefloor in Lausanne, so people could dance back some energy they spoiled by waching movies. Great idea! Great event!
In cooperation with our founders from enviu we where present at the socap event at the end of May 2011. Visitors where able to try our dancefloor and capture themselves forever by activating the camera with their own energy
During the car free sunday in Leiden our floor was installed on the market square in the middle of the centre of Leiden. In cooperation with the local Fitness school, the floor was used as a fitness application.
Own production. The first edition of our own energy-party. Amsterdam had the honer to experience and have a energy party for the first time. A floor excisting out of 24 modules was installed in Bitterzoet.
Déjà vu. Famous 70/80 party in the Local home of the Footballteam Feyennoord. No John Travolta moves without a good dancefloor, so this time an energy providing one. We installed a floor of 48 modules and a special designed energy meter.
In September 2009 SDC installed a permanent version of the Sustainable Dance Floor in Miami's Science Museum. 25 modules are now capturing visitor energy and converting it into electricity that is used to power the music and lighting. Visitors can select their favourite music and experiment to find the genre that generates the most electricity. Individuals can even connect their own I-Pod.
SDC developed a unique energy exhibit for the Welios Science Centre. The brief was to create an interactive and fun, high tech installation that educates youngsters about energy and electricity. How much exercise must I do to burn the calories contained in a Mars bar? How hard do I have to jump and dance to power a LED light bulb?
The Australian museum opened a new exhibition called 'Climate Change: Our Future, Our Choice'. The exhibition takes a look at some humorous and some more serious results to the choices we must make in this decade. The audience will be informed, challenged and surprised by objects, interactive games, graphics and audio-visual projections to interpret the climate-altered futures.
Eco House in Sao Paulo was the first completely sustainable event location in Brazil. The building has been rebuilt using organic and sustainable materials throughout, and a number of creative sustainable ideas have been integrated into its design. Some of these inventive features are the re-use of water via a special purification installation, a pizza oven made out of termite clay and the installation of the Sustainable Dance Floor.
The location of Club WATT in Rotterdam had been closed for two years when entrepreneurs decided to renovate the building as a new music venue. To help meet the city of Rotterdam's targets to cut 50% CO2 emissions by 50% by 2025, they took on the challenge of building the first Sustainable Dance Club™.
An innovative city with innovative leaders, Toulouse, in the Southwest of France is a city of students and a centre for culture and cutting-edge technology. The deputy mayor, Alexandre Marciel, is in charge of the sustainable development of the city and is convinced that the movement of people could be harnessed to power streetlights. Marciel got in touch with Sustainable Dance Club and together we started the revolutionary project "pavement power"; generating electricity for street lights using the up and down movement of passing pedestrians.