A recent article in the UK’s The Independent revealed how the UK government has been quietly testing the technology in homes and workplaces.
The article reported how the government was planning to install a stationary treadmill in a central London school.
The government says that the treadmill will be used to teach children how to walk on land and will help children develop their spatial abilities.
The treadmill will run on the battery of a computer and the battery will be charged by solar panels.
It will have a maximum speed of 35mph.
The project will cost around £6 million ($8.3 million).
However, there has been no information released as to what the cost of the project will be.
The Government is also planning to set up a company to make the treadmill.
The Telegraph reports that the UK has already set up two companies that manufacture stationary electric wheels.
One of these companies is called Dixy.
According to the Telegraph, Dixys stationary wheels are designed to help children to develop spatial skills in areas like the city, while the other company, Dixie Machines, has developed an electric wheel that can be used in areas that do not have electric power.
In addition to stationary electric treadmills, the government is also testing a stationary bicycle, a stationary skateboard, and stationary skateboards.
The Independent also reported that a government department is working on a system to store and store electric bicycles in the National Cycle Network.