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Printable thermoelectric generators could make it cheap and easy to harvest energy from waste heat.
A system developed at MIT could combine power harvested from light, heat and vibrations to run mini-monitoring devices.
Through the use of nanotechnology, researchers say they will be able to potentially recover energy wasted as heat in factories, power plants and cars.
In addition to making life easier for hikers and off-grid livers, the PowerPot charger could be a life-saving tool for those in developing countries.
GMZ Energy has secured $14 million in funding that will go toward launching a new material that it says will make solar water collectors more energy efficient.
MIT researchers are progressing on a hybrid solar-thermoelectric system though could produce heat and electricity simultaneously.
Oregon researchers discover that simple microwave energy can be a cheap and easy way to make compounds that could be used to take advantage of waste heat.
A Canadian company cites research showing its wood-stove fans, running by the thermoelectric effect, can reduce heating fuel costs by 14 percent.
Purdue researchers are developing a prototype thermoelectric generator, a device that will turn a car’s exhaust into usable power for the vehicle.