A Wattway pack screwed in Tokyo! 6 Wattway panels power smartphone and computer charging thanks to an outlet installed near two public benches.
Port of La Baule-Le Pouliguen, France
12 Wattway photovoltaic panels screwed to power the electric boats of the Port of La Baule-Le Pouliguen, France. © Romain Petit – Bouygues Energies & Services
La Défense, France
6 Wattway photovoltaic slabs screwed to power bike terminals. This one-year experiment in partnership with Paris La Défense aims to determine the lifespan under an intense flow of pedestrians and soft mobility.
Aoyama Primary School, Minato-ku, Tokyo, Japan
9 Wattway panels to power light poles at the school’s main entrance. 9 Wattway panels to feed the gatehouse at the west entrance.
Agency Colas, Sucy-en-Brie
Installation of 3 Wattway circular photovoltaic panels that power 2 electric bike charging stations for employees of the Colas agency in Sucy-en-Brie, France.
Primary school Odaiba Gakuen Koyo, Minato-ku, Tokyo, Japan
18 panels to supply the guardhouse in winter and misters in the playground in summer ©TOA Road Corporation
6 Wattway panels to power two scooter charging stations and a connected bench. Toa Tone Boring Factory, Enzan City, Yamanashi Prefecture, Japan ©TOA Road Corporation
18 wattway panels to power part of the adjacent training building ©David MICHAUD-GokanKK
Thorn Turn, England
216 Wattway panels installed in the parking lot to power the Household Waste Recycling Centre ©Picturedesk Pictures55
A 6-panel Wattway Pack powers autonomous lights on a pedestrian crosswalk ©Julien Gazeau
A 3-panel Wattway Pack powers a secured bike shelter (Mobypod by Nielsen Concept) as well as charging station for electric bikes ©Pierre Pionner - Semaphore
A 3 panels Wattway Pack installed in front of the TOA Road head office to power the light path at nightfall ©David MICHAUD-GOKAN KK
A 3-panel Wattway Pack powers a secured bike shelter Mobypod as well as charging station for electric bikes ©Stéphanie Chaumont
A 3-panel Wattway Pack powers autonomous lights on a pedestrian crosswalk © Hervé Fabre
A 3-panel Wattway Pack powers a secured bike shelter (Mobilypod by Nielsen Concept) as well as charging station for electric bikes © Jean-Dominique Billaud
On a bike path along the Canal de l'Ourq, 54 m² of Wattway panels coupled with a storage system make it possible to light a very dark bridge day and night, to secure the passage of bikers. ©Chump-Manuel Lagos Cid
A 12-panel Wattway Pack powers an autonomous CCTV traffic camera on a bike path © Hervé Fabre
168 m² for electric bike charging stations and lighting heritage sites. A 3-panel Wattway Pack powers autonomous lights on a pedestrian crosswalk © Hervé Fabre
21 m² of Wattway panels installed on a bike path to produce renewable energy, which is sent back into the electrical grid © Capa pictures Oscar Timmers
48 m² of panels supply part of the city hall's energy needs, as well as charging stations for electric vehicles © Yves Soulabaille
66 m² of panels coupled with a storage system power the autonomous lighting of a pedestrian path © Hervé Fabre
Bouygues Construction uses the electricity produced by 42 m² of Wattway, in addition to other renewable energy solutions installed on the site of its head office © Christophe Demonfaucon