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alt="Energy harvesting - the big picture"
Energy harvesting - the big picture
Energy harvesting is producing electricity where it is needed using ambient power. The term is most commonly applied to small devices such as in the emerging market for Wireless Sensor Networks that the Koreans call Ubiquitous Sensor Networks. However, there is emerging very large business for energy harvesting as structural electronics
alt="Largest thin film solar farm in Africa"
Largest thin film solar farm in Africa
The solar farm, which extends over 270ha in the Northern Cape and has 203 948 thin film solar panels, has an installation capacity of 85,26MWp and has been fully operational since 15 August 2014.
alt="The Internet of Things: Who will be the winners?"
The Internet of Things: Who will be the winners?
The Internet of Things is of great excitement to many of the world's largest consumer electronics companies because they seek the "next big thing", with existing markets in smart phones, tablets and computing saturating.
alt="IDTechEx Expands Presence in Asia"
IDTechEx Expands Presence in Asia
Adds Experienced Manager to its Rapidly Growing Japan Team. Tokyo, Japan and Cambridge, UK - Oct. 20, 2014 - IDTechEx the leader in market research on emerging technologies today announced the expansion of its Japan office with the hiring of Mr. Yasuo Yamamoto as its head of business development in Japan.
alt="Intelligent autonomous clothing"
Intelligent autonomous clothing
Technical textiles act as antennas that harvest energy from RF fields. This energy is used by RFID chips to drive embedded sensors such as those monitoring temperature or heartbeat.
alt="Tiny, sound-powered chip to serve as medical device"
Tiny, sound-powered chip to serve as medical device
Engineers are developing a way to send power - safely and wirelessly - to smart chips programmed to perform medical tasks and report back the results.
alt="The world's most powerful thermoelectric generator"
The world's most powerful thermoelectric generator
The world's most powerful thermoelectric generator, which captures exhaust heat and converts it into electricity.
alt="Innovative solar investing fund launched"
Innovative solar investing fund launched
The Wunder Fund opens the door for any accredited investor to create a diversified portfolio of revenue-generating solar assets.
alt="Sunflower energy brings solar power to remote locations"
Sunflower energy brings solar power to remote locations
The system can concentrate the sun's radiation 2,000 times and convert 80 percent of it into useful energy to generate 12 kilowatts of electrical power and 20 kilowatts of heat on a sunny day — enough to power several average homes.
alt="Electrically conductive plastics promising for batteries, solar cells"
Electrically conductive plastics promising for batteries, solar cells
An emerging class of electrically conductive plastics called "radical polymers" may bring low-cost, transparent solar cells, flexible and lightweight batteries, and ultrathin antistatic coatings for consumer electronics and aircraft.

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