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2020
19 Nov 2020

Fluoropolymer Markets in Electrics, Electronics 2021-2041

IDTechEx Report: Dr Peter Harrop and Dr James Edmondson
2018
2 Oct 2018

PVDF: gymnast of electrically useful fluoropolymers

As explained in our new fluoropolymer report, the market for these formulations will at least double in the next 20 years largely powered by new electrical and electronic applications exploiting properties many of which are not even measured let alone made consistent in today's production lines.
2017
8 Dec 2017

Energy Independent Electric Vehicles: Land, Water, Air 2018-2038

IDTechEx Report: Dr Peter Harrop
2015
30 Mar 2015

Novel plastic could spur new green energy applications

A plastic used in filters and tubing has an unusual trait: It can produce electricity when pulled or pressed.
2014
20 Nov 2014

Energy Harvesting & Storage and IoT Applications Awards USA 2014

The winners of the IDTechEx awards for Energy Harvesting & Storage and the Internet of Things were announced today on the opening day of the largest event IDTechEx has produced to date in California, which is estimated to have attracted over 2,500 attendees at the Santa Clara Convention Centre.
10 Feb 2014

ASU engineers to help develop next generation of power electronics

Arizona State University electrical engineers Srabanti Chowdhury and Raja Ayyanar will lead research for the university's role in a new national consortium formed to develop the next generation of power electronics for electric vehicles and electronic devices.
2013
2 Jan 2013

Advanced wind blade

A project that could fundamentally change the way wind blades are designed, manufactured and installed.
2012
29 Mar 2012

Self powered robot jellyfish

Researchers at The University of Texas at Dallas and Virginia Tech have created an undersea vehicle inspired by the common jellyfish that runs on renewable energy and could be used in ocean rescue and surveillance missions.