Energy Harvesting for EVs - Solar, Thermal and Dynamic - Including Multi-mode Harvesting for Autonomous Underwater Vehicles AUV

Dr Harry Zervos, Principal Analyst & Business Development Manager
IDTechEx
United Kingdom
 
Jun 29, 2011.

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Presentation Summary

  • Flexible photovoltaics trends: aSi, CIGS, DSSC, organic etc. On vehicle, on charging station
  • Thermoelectric options compared: ATEGs etc
  • Dynamic (kinetic) options regenerative braking, energy harvesting dampers, active suspension etc
  • What is favoured in EVs: what will be favoured and why
  • Trend to integrated multi-mode energy harvesting

Speaker Biography (Harry Zervos)

Harry Zervos is a Principal Analyst at IDTechEx. Harry received his degree in physics from the University of Athens, Greece, and went on to study materials science at Cranfield University, where he received his PhD on the topic of precision manufacturing of optics. He is currently involved with in-depth analysis of the technologies and markets for flexible electronics with a specific interest in displays & lighting and leads the research effort on energy harvesting and storage , looking into a variety of verticals, ranging from portable applications all the way to building, industrial and vehicle integration. Harry also studies the innovation impact of overarching trends such as the Internet of Things and People and shifting manufacturing paradigms such as 3D printing.
 

Company Profile (IDTechEx)

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IDTechEx provides independent market research, business intelligence and events on emerging technologies to companies across the value chain. Our clients use our insights to help make strategic business decisions and grow their organizations.
 
IDTechEx business and technology experts provide international perspective in a diverse range of emerging technologies including 3D printing, electric vehicles, energy harvesting, energy storage, life sciences, printed electronics, IoT and many other topics.
 
IDTechEx is headquartered in Cambridge, UK with additional offices in USA, Germany and Japan and associates in South Korea.