See-saw invention offers African power solution

A see-saw invention which could help provide electricity to schools in Africa has won a business award for innovation.

The device, the idea of Coventry University student Daniel Sheridan, won three prizes including most innovative product at the Enterprise Festival at the university.

The simple see-saw generates electricity to help power up a school when played on by children.

For more information see Coventry University.



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  1. My husband and I manufacture and install large curtainwall windows and aluminum panels for highrise buildings. Phoenix Glazing is a member of the green building association located in pittsburgh. Finally, I am also involved in volunteering to create playgrounds for less fortunate neighborhoods in the Pittsburgh area.

    We are very interested in speaking to Daniel Sheridan or the owner of the company he is with now about oppotunities of bringing the playground equipment to the U.S.A.
    Please let me know when and how is the best way to reach you.

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