Energy Harvesting System Market To Reach USD 1,076 Million by 2030
Scientific articles, market topics, videos to better understand energy harvesting, and next month's events, all in one newsletter !
The newsletter of the month to present you the latest news of February, a small summary of what awaits you below:
The trend in the "scientific articles" section is towards connected objects or how to feed them in a sustainable way and how to make them self-sufficient.
Recent studies from Prescient & Strategic Intelligence indicate that the Energy Harvesting market is constantly growing and is expected to reach 1,076 million euros by 2030.
Finally, you want to learn more about how energy harvesting technologies work?
Go to the "Learning Content" section!
Have a good reading,
📚 Great reads - Scientific articles
Uphill energy transfer mechanism for photosynthesis in an Antarctic alga.
Prasiola crispa, an aerial green alga, forms layered colonies under the severe terrestrial conditions of Antarctica. Since only far-red light is available at a deep layer of the colony, P. crispa has evolved a molecular system for photosystem II (PSII) excitation using far-red light with uphill energy transfer. However, the molecular basis underlying this system remains elusive. Here, we purified a light-harvesting chlorophyll (Chl)-binding protein complex from P. crispa (Pc-frLHC) that excites PSII with far-red light and revealed its ring-shaped structure with undecameric 11-fold symmetry at 3.13 Å resolution Read more…
Roadmap on Energy Harvesting Materials.
Ambient energy harvesting has great potential to contribute to sustainable development and address growing environmental challenges. Converting waste energy from energy-intensive processes and systems (e.g., combustion engines and furnaces) is crucial to reducing their environmental impact and achieving net-zero emissions. Compact energy harvesters will also be key to powering the exponentially growing smart devices ecosystem that is part of the Internet of Things, thus enabling futuristic applications that can improve our quality of life (e.g., smart homes, smart cities, smart manufacturing, and smart healthcare). Read more…
Photothermal bleaching of nickel dithiolene for bright multi-colored 3D printed parts.
HP’s Multi Jet Fusion is a powder bed fusion 3D printing technology that utilizes a carbon-based radiation absorber in combination with a near infrared (NIR) light source to facilitate the fusion of polymer powder in a layer-by-layer fashion to generate 3D parts. Most available carbon-based and NIR radiation absorbers have an intrinsic dark color, which as a result will only produce black/gray and dark colored parts. However, there are many applications that require variable color, including prosthetics, medical models, and indicators, among others. Read more…
Using fish scales to generate green energy.
Researchers in India have developed a triboelectric nanogenerator (TENG) using scales of Rohu fish as a dielectric layer1. The generator can provide durable, long-lasting, and cost-efficient energy to remotely connected computing devices. The researchers, including those from the University Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Basic Medical Sciences at Panjab University in Chandigarh, collected the scales from local fish markets. They washed the transparent, flexible, non-toxic, biodegradable, and biocompatible scales in distilled water and ethanol to remove unwanted organic matter. The scales were then cut into 1 cm x 1 cm pieces and pasted on copper tape electrodes. Output copper wires were connected to the opposite sides of both electrodes and attached to a digital storage oscilloscope or a digital precision multimeter. Read more…
Récupération d'énergie électromagnétique pour alimenter des objets connectés à faible consommation.
Alors que l'IoT explose, ce manuscrit retranscrit les travaux de thèse réalisés dans le but de poser un regard sur la faisabilité de substituer les piles, source d'alimentation des objets connectés par les ondes WiFi dans la bande ISM à 2.4 GHz. Cette substitution représente aujourd'hui un enjeu de développement durable de l'IoT pour l'économie des ressources consommables que sont les piles. Alimenter l'intégralité de l'IoT avec des piles pourrait représenter jusqu'à 60 millions de tonnes (0.02%) d'émission de gaz à effet de serre chaque année.Il convient de définir les contraintes énergétiques du système qui serait uniquement alimenté par la récupération des ondes WiFi environnantes. Read more…
A high-efficiency power management unit with wide dynamic range for RF energy harvesting system.
A high-efficiency power management unit (PMU) with wide dynamic range for radio frequency (RF) energy harvesting system is proposed in this paper. A digital zero current switching (ZCS) and a digital maximum power point tracking (MPPT) circuits are adopted. A sub-threshold current reference circuit and a subthreshold voltage detection circuit are proposed to reduce the power consumption of always-on control circuits and improve the conversion efficiency at low input power. A dual-oscillator is designed to extend the frequency range and widen the input power range with optimized power consumption under low-end band and high-end band, respectively. Read more…
📚 Great reads : Energy Harvesting and IoT Market opportunities
Energy Harvesting System Market To Reach USD 1,076 Million by 2030, Says P&S Intelligence.
The value of the energy harvesting system market stood at USD 528 million in 2022, and this number is projected to reach USD 1,076 million by 2030, advancing at a CAGR of 9.3% during 2022–2030, according to P&S Intelligence.
The growth can be ascribed to the supportive government guidelines aimed at reducing greenhouse gas release, the burgeoning environmental awareness, and increasing power consumption. The snowballing research and development efforts to innovate technologies will also fuel this expansion in the coming years. Read more…
Shaking Up Energy Harvesting Applications.
Battery-free computing devices are emerging as a promising technology that eliminates the need for batteries, making it an attractive option for sustainable computing. Such devices are powered by energy harvesting, in which energy from the environment, such as ambient light, heat, or motion, is converted into electricity. These techniques serve to reduce device cost, and also eliminate the need for battery recharging, which in turn allows for deployments in new applications and environments that were previously impractical. Read more…
CES 2023 ended on 8 January after a full week of product launches, major company announcements and innovations that are expected to help to solve global challenges. OPE journal looks back at the main event of the consumer electronics sphere. Read more…
💡 Learning Content
Some new French technologies from CES2023 presented by Jojol
As you know, CES2023 brings together the best technological advances from around the world every year. This video from Jojol, youtuber of the tech world, offers us a glimpse of the French technologies exhibiting at CES in Las Vegas :
Elektor Engineering Insights #17 - Low Power for IoT - Wi-Fi 6 and Energy Harvesting
Electronics is finding its way into everything, but each of those "things" requires power. If it’s portable or remote, it will probably need a battery. So, to deliver the best possible battery life, embedded systems developers need to use every energy-saving technique in the book. But what about wireless systems - who’s making sure their protocols are not power-hungry?
Supercapacitor Use in IoT Modules, Energy Conversion and Low Power Electronics
Supercapacitors can be used to either exclusively power electronic systems, supplement existing power supply schemes or act as an energy storage reservoir during end load transition states. The use of KAVX super capacitors will be discussed in two specific areas: - Powering Ultra Low Power (ULP) IoT electronics exclusively through energy harvesting recapture cycles. Supercapacitors are shown to eliminate maintenance costs and waste associated with batteries and result in a more reliable end system. - Radial can, radial can module or prismatic cell technology packages are discussed as options for supplementing existing power topologies.
📅 Events where you should go this month
We are sharing some nice webinars and videos.
February, 28 - March, 02 : LOPEC conferences
With more than 180 conference presentations, the LOPEC Conference is once again the world's leading communication platform for technology, solutions, knowledge and research in the printed electronics industry. Learn More…
March, 04 : International Conference on Energy Harvesting and Power Engineering
“ITAR” works for the revolution in the emerging field of science and technology and brings research scholars and professionals under one roof to share their knowledge and expertise with the students. International Conference on Energy Harvesting and Power Engineering conference aims to emphasize quality assurance and authentication and inculcate technical revolution among students and genius minds. Learn More…
March, 15-16 : World Class Digital Transformation & Innovation
World Class Digital Transformation & Innovation taking place on March 15th and 16th, where decision-makers will come together in Frankfurt to discuss, exchange, network, and evaluate best practices around digital transformation strategies, data analytics, change management, digital customer experience among many other exciting topics. Learn More…
March, 18-19 : 4th International Conference on Blockchain and Internet of Things 2023
The International Conference on Blockchain and Internet of Things (BIoT) 2023 provides a somewhat unique focus than other events. BIoT looks at the intersection of blockchain and IoT, including discussion on theoretical and practical aspects. The general theme of topics presented at this event tends to skew more toward academic research. Learn More…
March, 20-22 : Internet of Things online workshop
This highly participative EuroMaTech online training course covers Internet of Things (IoT) products and services developed for the urban projects and design of smart cities-including devices for sensing, actuation, processing, and communication, all of which are there to help you develop skills and experiences you can employ in designing novel systems, or implementing the IoT systems within the existing urban environments. Learn More…
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