Energy Harvesting Report

Triboelectric Energy Harvesting (TENG) 2017-2027

Commercialisation: Interviews, Forecasts, Materials Opportunities

Triboelectric energy harvesting transducers will be a $400 million market in 2027
 
Table of Contents
1.EXECUTIVE SUMMARY AND CONCLUSIONS
1.1.Purpose of this report
1.2.Primary conclusions
1.2.1.Market
1.2.2.Versatility
1.2.3.Entry points
1.2.4.Valued benefits
1.2.5.High power opportunity
1.2.6.Conditions of success
1.3.Triboelectric harvesting device timeline 2017-2037 with mean power magnitude
1.4.Triboelectricity
1.4.1.Definition
1.4.2.Triboelectric dielectric series
1.4.3.Triboelectric dielectric series examples showing wide choice of properties
1.5.Triboelectric nanogenerator (TENG)
1.6.Achievement
1.7.Four ways to make a TENG
1.7.1.Overview
1.7.2.TENG modes with advantages, potential uses
1.7.3.Research focus on the four modes
1.7.4.Parametric advantages and challenges of triboelectric EH
1.8.Where TENGs fit in the EH scene
1.8.1.Technology choice by intermittent power generated
1.8.2.TENG relative benefits
1.8.3.TENG relative benefits scoped: device needs for potentially large markets
1.8.4.The vibration harvesting opportunity
1.9.Materials opportunities
1.9.1.Materials in experimental TENGs and those likely in production
1.10.Market forecasts
1.10.1.TENG low vs high power 2017-2027 $M
1.11.Triboelectric Numbers (million) vs alternatives 2017-2027
1.12.Triboelectric Unit price (US dollars) vs alternatives 2017-2027
1.13.Triboelectric Market Value vs alternatives 2017-2027
1.14.Interview with Prof. Zhong Lin Wang Gatech 11 May 2017
1.14.1.The triboelectric DSSC textile
1.14.2.Three fibre-shaped components
2.INTRODUCTION
2.1.Energy harvesting (EH) definition and overview
2.1.1.Features of energy harvesting
2.1.2.Low power vs high power off-grid
2.1.3.Types of EH energy source
2.1.4.Ford, H2P and EPA assessment of regeneration potential in a car
2.1.5.Candidates for EH by power
2.1.6.EH transducer options compared
2.2.Triboelectric effect
2.2.1.Overview
2.2.2.Measured triboelectric positive series
2.2.3.Measured triboelectric negative series
2.2.4.Commentary
2.2.5.Standard comparisons
2.3.Triboelectric nanogenerator (TENG) operating principle and device optimisation
2.3.1.Contact and sliding modes compared
2.3.2.Single electrode and contactless modes compared
2.3.3.Electrostatics in energy harvesting
3.FOCUS OF RESEARCH
3.1.Overview
3.2.Terminology
3.3.TENG progress
3.4.Need for standards and independent appraisal of TENG claims
3.5.Integrated multi-mode energy harvesting
3.5.1.Evolution
3.5.2.TENG multi-mode energy harvesting
3.6.Examples of experimental TENG designs 2013-6
3.7.Self-powered sensors
3.7.1.Pressure mapping, touch
3.7.2.Example in 2016: self-powered implantable heart monitor
4.COMMERCIALISATION OPPORTUNITIES FOR TENG DEVICES
4.1.Commercialisation of EH of motion showing TENG opportunities
4.2.EH transducer options compared
4.2.1.Production status by technology
4.2.2.Comparison of desirable features of EH technologies
4.2.3.Key issues to address
5.POTENTIAL APPLICATIONS: MICROWATTS TO WATTS
5.1.Internet of Things (IoT) and self-powered sensors
5.1.1.IoT market dynamics
5.1.2.Opportunity
5.2.Self-powered sensors
5.2.1.Overview
5.2.2.Examples of sensors with printing
5.2.3.Self-powered triboelectric active sensors for IOT etc
5.2.4.Wearable sensor forecasts
5.2.5.Other chemical, gas and glucose sensor forecasts
5.3.Wearable technology
5.3.1.Overview
5.3.2.Trends in wearable technology that TENGs must address
5.3.3.Basic wearable device by component type
5.3.4.Categorisation of wearable sensors
5.3.5."Wearables"- the hype is fading and shifting to new sectors
5.3.6.Wearables by market sector
5.4.Microcontrollers
5.4.1.Overview
5.4.2.Forecasts
5.5.Haptics
5.5.1.Overview
5.5.2.Haptics volume vs technology readiness
6.APPLICATIONS FROM TEN WATTS TO MEGAWATTS
6.1.Overview
6.2.The vehicle opportunity
6.2.1.Forecast and end game
6.2.2.EIV pizza van shows the way
6.2.3.Harvesting for on-road vehicles
6.2.4.Harvesting for marine vehicles
6.2.5.Harvesting for air vehicles
6.3.Potential for a TENG power fabric
6.3.1.E-textiles
6.4.Charging high power energy storage
7.MATERIALS OPPORTUNITIES
7.1.Overview
7.2.Functionalisation and other options
7.3.Materials for 24 laminar TENG
7.4.Materials for 12 vertical arch TENG
7.5.Materials for 3 textile TENG
7.6.Materials for 6 rotating TENG
7.7.Materials for 10 other TENG variants
8.EXAMPLES OF INTERVIEWS AUGUST 2016 ONWARDS
8.1.Examples of interviews August 2016 onwards
9.APPENDIX - ENERGY HARVESTING TIRES

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