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alt="Device pulls water from dry air, powered only by the sun"
Device pulls water from dry air, powered only by the sun
Imagine a future in which every home has an appliance that pulls all the water the household needs out of the air, even in dry or desert climates, using only the power of the sun.
alt="Novel semiconductor nanofiber with superb charge conductivity"
Novel semiconductor nanofiber with superb charge conductivity
The Department of Mechanical Engineering of The Hong Kong Polytechnic University has developed a novel technology of embedding highly conductive nanostructure into semi-conductor nanofiber.
alt="Project turns waste heat to electricity"
Project turns waste heat to electricity
Vast amounts of energy are wasted every year in the form of heat. A new project seeks to efficiently capture that heat and convert it to electricity.
alt="Infrared-emitting device could allow energy harvesting from waste heat"
Infrared-emitting device could allow energy harvesting from waste heat
A new reconfigurable device that emits patterns of thermal infrared light in a fully controllable manner could one day make it possible to collect waste heat at infrared wavelengths and turn it into usable energy.
alt="Art of paper-cutting inspires self-charging paper device"
Art of paper-cutting inspires self-charging paper device
Researchers, reporting in the journal ACS Nano, have developed a light-weight, paper-based device inspired by the Chinese and Japanese arts of paper-cutting that can harvest and store energy from body movements.
alt="Can Welsh marine energy really boost the economy?"
Can Welsh marine energy really boost the economy?
The end of March this year saw a flurry of activity in the Welsh marine sector.
alt="Mild Hybrid 48V Vehicles 2017-2027"
Mild Hybrid 48V Vehicles 2017-2027
Vehicle emissions regulations for 2025 and 2030 are unlikely to be met by conventional vehicle technology as applied to most vehicles beyond small cars. Going to strong hybrid and pure electric powertrains involves considerable expense and delay and often totally new platforms.
alt="Germany EV laggard to leader"
Germany EV laggard to leader
Germany took a wrong course in vehicle powertrains initially resisting government support for electric vehicles, but many German industrial and commercial vehicle manufacturers are now going electric.
alt="Learnings from Electric & Hybrid Conference Germany April 2017"
Learnings from Electric & Hybrid Conference Germany April 2017
IDTechEx Chairman Dr Peter Harrop attended the recent Electric & Hybrid Vehicle Technology Symposium in Singelfelden, Germany. In this article he shares his findings from the conference.
alt="IDTechEx Announces the Winners of Launchpad"
IDTechEx Announces the Winners of Launchpad
IDTechEx Launchpad will showcase innovations from 18 start-up companies at the IDTechEx Show! held in Berlin, Germany on 10-11 May 2017 (www.IDTechEx.com/europe).

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