Energy is the driving force of modern societies, and generation and utilization of energy are essential for socio- economic development. Per-capita energy consumption levels are often considered a good measure of economic development. In recent years, energy scarcity has become a serious problem due to depletion of non-renewable energy sources, increasing population, globalization of energy intensive economic development, environmental pollution, and global warming.
In recent years, there have been many interesting developments in the field of human power conversion. In the Present project, a method of harnessing the power of Children’s play in play grounds and public places, on device such as swing is proposed. When large number of children plays in a school playground, part of the power of their play can usefully be harnessed resulting in significant energy storage. This stored energy can then be converted to electricity for powering basic, low power appliances in the school such as lights, fans, communications equipment, and so on. The method provides a low-cost, low resource means of generation of auxiliary electric power, especially for use in developing countries. This swing electricity project not only generates electricity but also can be a very useful tool to educate children to learn to conserve energy. This project utilizes energy that is given away while playing.