Energy Harvesting & Storage Europe 2009
Energy Harvesting & Storage Europe 2009


3rd-4th June, 2009 | Cambridge, UK

International conference and exhibition assessing the applications, technologies and opportunities for energy harvesting and storage.

Presentations from the main conference, for which we have speakers' permission, are now available for attendees to download in .zip files. Please click the links to the left of this page.

If you have any problems please contact Ali Lewis (

All attendees receive the
"Introduction to Energy Harvesting"
White Paper

Energy harvesting (energy scavenging) is concerned with converting ambient energy into electricity for small devices. This has many exciting applications, such as perpetual devices which can run for decades, wireless sensors and switches, and powering devices from watches to laptops to new printed electronics.

This IDTechEx event, the first to focus on the uses, potential users and market forecasts as well as giving the latest technology trends, is the meeting place for users, investors, suppliers, developers, system integrators and government representatives.

Ambient Systems
CEA - Atomic Energy    Commission
De La Rue Group R&D
EnOcean Alliance
Infinite Power Solutions Inc
London Bicycle Company Ltd
Ministry of Defence (UK)
Nokia Research Center
Rolls-Royce Control and    Systems UTC
Savi Technology
Schneider Electric Ventures
Structural Graphics
The Swatch Group
T-Mobile International UK Ltd
TT electronics Technology

And many more...

The event will cover the following topics:

End User Needs and Experiences, from vertical segments including oil and gas, healthcare, building automation, government, manufacturing/industrial, retail

  • Potential users saying what they need
  • Case Studies: Assessment of paybacks from energy harvesters
  • Energy Harvesting Technologies: comparisons, trends
  • Battery and Capacitor Technologies needed
  • Market Analysis and Forecasts

The event is held in Cambridge, UK, a short distance from Stansted airport. This is where many relevant companies are based and company visits will be provided. Four masterclasses cover the full range of technologies and application, with experts bringing you up to speed on the topic.
  1. Introduction to Energy Harvesting for Small Electronic Devices
  2. Wireless Sensor Networks, RTLS and Active RFID
  3. Photovoltaics and Printed Electronics
  4. Energy Storage suitable for energy harvesting.

Tours are held to local companies working on the topic including: Cambridge Silicon Radio (CSR)Cambridge Silicon Radio (CSR)

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Or contact Corinne Jennings to explore the potential and your opportunities.


Corinne Jennings Corinne Jennings
Business Manager

Tel: +44 (0)1223 810277
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This IDTechEx event, the first to focus on the application of the technology as well as giving the latest technology trends, is the meeting place for users, developers and system integrators.



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