This study was performed by Vodera and Zartech for the Sensors & Instrumentation KTN and discusses the state of the art in energy harvesting technologies and also critically questions its applicability in real situations of interest to industry. The main focus of the study is on examining barriers to practical adoption and therefore on a set of key questions or issues that the potential user community have posed. The results were disseminated at conference at the IET and a number of consultation meetings to several funding agencies in the UK and Europe.

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Microelectronics iNEt South West

Microelectronics iNEt South West is an ERDF funded project targeting […]

Energy Harvesting Network

The Energy Harvesting Network is an EPSRC funded network of […]

Rushlight Awards

The Rushlight Awards are the only set of awards designed […]

Power Management Technologies

The study was performed by Vodera for the Sensors & […]