thermoelectric generation

Illustration of nanopillars used in a new design to efficiently convert heat energy into electricity.
A new method to convert heat to electricity could be economically viable for industry
Illustration of nanopillars used in a new design to efficiently convert heat energy into electricity.
The new self-powered thermoelectric generator device uses an ultra-broadband solar absorber (UBSA) to capture sunlight, which heats the generator. Simultaneously, another component called a planar radiative cooling emitter (RCE) cools part of the device by releasing heat. CREDIT Haoyuan Cai, Jimei University
New Thermoelectric Generator Could Revolutionize the Way We Power Small Devices
The new self-powered thermoelectric generator device uses an ultra-broadband solar absorber (UBSA) to capture sunlight,
Turning wasted heat into useful electricity with a device that wraps around hot surfaces
A new flexible thermoelectric device can wrap around pipes and other hot surfaces and convert
Flexible energy converters could be just the thing to power wearable devices
The concept of energy harvesting with flexible thermoelectrics shown with a schematic of aerosol jet
A thermal power nanogenerator with no solid moving parts
Shunmin Zhu, Guoyao Yu, Wei Tang, Jianying Hu, and Ercang Luo Schematic of a thermoacoustically
A breakthrough in thermoelectric generation offers a direct means of converting thermal energy, including waste heat, into electricity
In a topological Weyl semimetal, the electronic properties are controlled by Weyl fermions, which do
Powering wearable electronics with efficient organic thermoelectric material
The chemical structure of the fullerene derivative used in our work improves the ordering of
Converting waste heat into energy to power billions of sensors
This image shows the external appearance of the developed compact, ultra-lightweight flexible thermoelectric conversion device.
New thermoelectric materials could provide a low-cost option for converting heat energy into electricity

Researchers from Queen Mary University of London have developed new thermoelectric materials, which could provide

A new effective approach to converting heat to electricity has huge potential

Dr Tony Shien-Ping Feng of the Department of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Hong

A new type of material generates electrical current very efficiently from temperature differences

A new type of material generates electrical current very efficiently from temperature differences. This allows

Fighting climate change with thermoelectric generators

Pressure improves the ability of materials to turn heat into electricity and could potentially be

A new thermoelectric material works efficiently at room temperature at much lower cost

Has your steering wheel been too hot to touch this summer? A new thermoelectric material

Harvesting body heat to power synthetic skins

Researchers at the ARC Centre of Excellence for Electromaterials Science lead the way in utilising

A thermoelectric generation system that can permanently generate power by efficiently recovering waste heat energy

  A team of researchers led by Osaka University developed an inexpensive large-scale flexible thermoelectric