23 Mar 2017
Thermoelectric Energy Harvesting:innovation aimed at commercialization
Thermoelectric energy harvester technology developers have had their hands full: they have identified multiple applications from industrial, to automotive, to portable/wearable devices, and are looking to find the perfect balance between power output, operational temperature, cost at volume production, some of the most important considerations when looking to develop a thermoelectric energy harvester.
18 Feb 2016
Harry Zervos interviewed Joe O'Keeffe, and discussed inifiniLED's iLED technology, a low power display technology based on the assembly of arrays of micro-LED chips, currently looking to address the smartwatch and wearables markets.
27 Oct 2015
Tyndall National Institute showcases new energy harvesting
Tyndall National Institute, in remote Cork in the Republic of Ireland, is at the heart of a cluster of excellence on low power energy harvesting.
10 May 2015
Energy harvesting - The Bigger Picture
IDTechEx now takes the view that energy harvesting as a topic should be as much about higher power uses as low power ones but limited to off-grid. The winning technologies are the same from microwatts to 10kW - electrodynamic followed by photovoltaics with thermoelectrics third but about to narrow the gap. . Here is an early simplified draft of the completely rewritten IDTechEx master report on energy harvesting
6 Apr 2015
New funding could have global impact on power electronics for EVs
Tyndall National Institute has partnered with US and Northern Irish research institutes to secure €1 million in funding to develop new ways of harnessing converted electricity. The Nano-GaN Power Electronic Devices project has the potential to have a global impact across the entire power electronics industry.