The Genostep uses renewable/recyclable materials. Enhanced with graphene we’ve developed a low-cost large-scale foot-traffic energy harvester system. Our system can be readily hooked into your existing charge controller to aid in power supply and is size customizable. By using the foot traffic of both customers (paying or those who just use the restroom) and the employees. In a six hour period our system will produce an estimated 73 kilowatts from one square meter of the system. One of the best things about the Genostep, other than the energy savings, large energy production, low-cost, and sustainability, is that it can be constructed by people with entry-level skills.
The state of New York loses $5,337,600 USD per year due to transmission loss. This is due to the distance of the power plants from the users. Similarly in solar farms and wind turbines. The Genostep would eliminate transmission loss by being on site. Here is a table of energy supply, size of the Genostep system, savings from the Genostep energy supply, and cost of the Genostep.