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Getting hot and sweaty while busting moves on the dancefloor is a given, and so could reusing that energy you’ve expended. Glasgow nightclub SWG3 is going to trial capturing body heat from dancers to create renewable energy to warm up or cool down its venue. It could save around 70 tonnes of carbon dioxide, C02, per year. Take a look.