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alt="Thermoelectric Energy Harvesting:innovation aimed at commercialization"
Thermoelectric Energy Harvesting:innovation aimed at commercialization
Thermoelectric energy harvester technology developers have had their hands full: they have identified multiple applications from industrial, to automotive, to portable/wearable devices, and are looking to find the perfect balance between power output, operational temperature, cost at volume production, some of the most important considerations when looking to develop a thermoelectric energy harvester.
alt="Big Questions for IoT Customers at the IDTechEx Show - 10-11 May"
Big Questions for IoT Customers at the IDTechEx Show - 10-11 May
Exciting business opportunities are emerging from the confusion that has been the Internet of Things industry for the past 10 years.
alt="Nanotube film may resolve longevity problem of challenger solar cells"
Nanotube film may resolve longevity problem of challenger solar cells
Five years ago, the world started to talk about third-generation solar cells that challenged the traditional silicon cells with a cheaper and simpler manufacturing process that used less energy.
alt="Large solar array for ESA's Jupiter mission"
Large solar array for ESA's Jupiter mission
Its solar panels will have to cope with a range of temperatures such that when it is flying closer to the Sun during the Venus flyby, the solar wings will be tilted to avoid excessive temperatures damaging the solar cells.
alt="Micro-energy harvester for self-sustaining, integrated chip systems"
Micro-energy harvester for self-sustaining, integrated chip systems
Research project focusing on the development of micro-energy harvesters for self-sustaining, integrated chip systems. The use of novel piezoelectric materials in vibration-based harvesters can drastically reduce their size and significantly prolong operation time.
alt="Compounds basis for devices that turn waste heat to electricity"
Compounds basis for devices that turn waste heat to electricity
Cage-like compounds called clathrates could be used for harvesting waste heat and turning it into electricity. Chemists just discovered a whole new class of clathrates, potentially opening new ways to make and apply these materials.
alt="Ukraine loses wind turbines: Gains opportunity"
Ukraine loses wind turbines: Gains opportunity
Ukraine badly needs low-cost, zero-emission renewable energy to replace risky, dirty and expensive options and expand the economy efficiently.
alt="Webinar Tuesday 28 March 2017 - Energy Harvesting is Now a Megatrend"
Webinar Tuesday 28 March 2017 - Energy Harvesting is Now a Megatrend
IDTechEx are hosting a free webinar on Tuesday 28 March 2017.
alt="Artificial island to provide renewable energy for Europe"
Artificial island to provide renewable energy for Europe
Central to the plan is the construction of one or more islands, so called Power Link Islands with interconnections to surrounding countries, in the middle of the North Sea.
alt="New Report from IDTechEx on Transparent Conductive Films (TCF)"
New Report from IDTechEx on Transparent Conductive Films (TCF)
The transparent conductive film (TCF) industry will leave behind its years of sluggish growth to achieve rapid growth.

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