You are here: IDTechEx.com » Timelines » Energy Harvesting Journal

Energy Harvesting Journal

» Timelines » Energy Harvesting Journal

Energy Harvesting Journal

Profile
Energy Harvesting Journal provides you with a free daily update of the latest industry developments. Launched in late 2008, this free portal covers progress of energy harvesting and energy storage in all its forms.
 
Hosted and written by IDTechEx, the leading analyst and event organiser on energy harvesting and related technologies, articles provide commentary, analysis and give a balanced view of the subject. You can opt-in for an email to be sent to you every Thursday listing the new articles posted in the previous week. We aim to make this service your most valuable tool for keeping up to date with the energy harvesting industry.
 
We seek your input - company progress, press releases, case studies and developments, which in turn we will feature as future articles. Please forward these to us - email Tessa Henderson at t.henderson@idtechex.com.
 
You can opt-in for an email to be sent to you every Thursday listing the new articles posted in the week. For more details, see
Filtered by:
Energy Harvesting Journal
Company
Topic
Show
 
2017
24 Nov

Off Grid Electric Vehicle Charging: Zero Emission 2018-2038

IDTechEx Report: Dr Peter Harrop
17 Nov

Electricity Generation by Urban Infrastructure: Zero Emission 2018-2050

IDTechEx Report: Dr Peter Harrop, Dr Xiaoxi He and Mr Franco Gonzalez
18 Jul

RFID Forecasts, Players and Opportunities 2017-2027

IDTechEx Report: Mr Raghu Das
5 May

Electrically Active Smart Glass and Windows 2018-2028

IDTechEx Report: Mr Franco Gonzalez and Dr Peter Harrop
2013
18 Mar

Energy harvesting soccer ball moves to the next level

The pendulum-like mechanism inside the SOCCKET captures the kinetic energy generated during normal play, and stores it in the ball for later use as an off-grid power source.
2011
4 Jan

Concept bicycle charger for harvesting kinetic and wind energy

Fandi Meng, a Chinese industrial designer has designed a concept generator called the i-Green Bicycle Charging System which can be attached to a bicycle.
2010
24 Jun

Energy harvesting and the smart grid

The term Smart Grid has been used for decades to mean anything from "a ring main for a country" to the far more responsive, interactive and intrusive electricity distribution systems of the future. These will become fractal in nature because they will seamlessly incorporate home networks, smart meters, electricity generation on your house and maybe even personal generation and use of electricity as reported in Energy Harvesting Journal.
15 Jun

Powered by a heartbeat

Researchers at the Georgia Institute of Technology have discovered a method that could lead to medical devices that are powered by a patient's heartbeat.
9 Jun

Electric Vehicles and the Smart Grid

The term Smart Grid has been used for decades to mean anything from "a ring main for a country" to the far more responsive, interactive, scalable and intrusive electricity distribution systems of the future.
3 Jun

Electroactive Polymers and Piezoelectric Energy Harvesting Devices

The use of polymers with electroactive response has only emerge in this decade with the introduction of Electroactive Polymer materials, having significant displacement levels.
19 May

Energy Harvesting & Storage and Wireless Sensor Networks, RTLS Preview

Only the IDTechEx "Energy Harvesting and Storage" events are paired with "Wireless Sensor Networks & RTLS", covering the systems most in need of energy harvesting.
2009
6 Nov

Energy Harvesting & Storage and RTLS & WSN conference summary

The first day of the conference (attended by more than 290 attendees) was focused on presentations from end users of energy harvesting and wireless sensor networks technologies, with the first presentation given by IDTechEx CEO Raghu Das, giving an overview of needs for energy harvesting as well as the three generations of technologies (active RFID, RTLS and mesh & WSN) that have evolved into the current market for Wireless Sensor Networks, a market due to reach US$1.75 Billion by 2019.
28 Jul

Sea buoys adopt energy harvesting

A minority of buoys at sea have energy harvesting and that usually means the largest, most mission critical buoys having solar power and occasionally small wind turbines.
26 May

Update from Infinite Power Solutions

In March 2009 Energy Harvesting Journal covered the breaking news that Infinite Power Solutions had completed building their volume manufacturing facility. IDTechEx recently met with Infinite Power Solutions and brings you an update.