Every day, our species chews its way through more than a million terajoules of energy. That’s roughly equivalent to what we would use if all 7.5 billion of us boiled 70 kettles of water an hour around the clock. With the global population swelling and industrialisation on the rise in developing nations, humanity’s hunger for energy has reached unprecedented levels. More than half of our energy comes from fossil fuels extracted from deep within the Earth’s crust. Many issues arise from the use of energy: greenhouse gas emissions, acid rain, climate change, dependency on depleting supplies of fossil fuels — especially from politically unstable regions of the world.
Using human energy, we can generate the city that produce energy for itself, for every man walking, every car passing by the road can store wasted energy and create electricity. Starting with small, crowded places like gym, airport, train station and move on to every road and every house. We can reduce emission and contribute to SEG in many ways.