thermoelectric generation

Using body heat to power wearables

If thermoelectric materials can convert low-grade heat into electricity, we may never need to charge

A miniaturized thermoelectric generator for the Internet of Things

Opening up a pathway to cost-effective, autonomous IoT application Objects in our daily lives, such

A new kind of thermoelectric system can harness small energy differences at low temperatures

University of Tsukuba-based researchers make a battery driven by differences in temperature and capable of

Room temperature thermoelectric power generation

Thermoelectric (TE) materials could play a key role in future technologies. Although the applications of

An efficient, inexpensive and bio-friendly material that can generate electricity through a thermoelectric process involving heat and cold air

Thanks to the discovery of a new material by University of Utah engineers, jewelry such

A new paintable thermoelectric liquid can be used to turn industrial waste heat into electricity

New technology converts exhaust heat into electricity for vehicles and other applications.┬áProf. Son’s team has

Researchers Report Advance in Low-Cost Clean Energy Generation

Combining Concentrating Solar and Thermoelectric Materials Raises Efficiency Researchers at the University of Houston and

Tests show how trucks can reuse engine heat for power saving fuel and CO2 emissions

A 195-year-old discovery is behind a new system that will save vehicles hundreds of litres

Thermoelectric materials nearing production scale

More than two-thirds of the energy from primary sources like oil and gas utilized worldwide

New Thermoelectronic Generator

Highly Efficient New Design, Described in “Journal of Renewable and Sustainable Energy,” Converts Heat and

PowerPot Turns Heat and Water into Electricity

U OF UTAH STUDENTS INVENT PORTABLE POT THAT DOUBLES AS A THERMOELECTRIC GENERATOR, RAISE $126K

Printed Thermoelectric Generators Harvest Unused Energy

A large proportion of the energy we produce disappears unused into thin air via waste