Thermoelectric Energy Harvesting: New Research Directions, New Materials and New Applications

This webinar shares information from the new IDTechEx report - Thermoelectric Energy Harvesting and Sensing 2020-2030.
2019 was a bumper year for research into thermoelectric harvesting and sensing. The resulting new principles of operation, new materials and compatibility with silicon chip integration, the human body and wide area needs are analtsed in this report, with expected impact on sales 2020-2030.
Other new applications are also revealed in the context of the huge potential markets for waste heat conversion (60% of earth's primary energy is wasted as heat), smart watches, IOT and more.


Dr Peter Harrop
Dr Peter Harrop