DUBLIN, August 5, 2016 /PRNewswire/ --
Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "Energy Harvesting: Off-Grid Microwatt to Megawatt 2017-2027" report to their offering.
This unique report of detailed analysis is easily grasped because many new infographics and forecasts are presented. No other analysis looks at the complete picture from microwatts for autonomous sensors to megawatts off grid for community power.
The executive summary and conclusions appraises the results of the intense global travel schedule of the PhD level analyst team researching the subject in 2016 with ongoing updates.
Extensive interviews were carried out in various languages plus global conference attendance and assessment of privileged information from the author's events on the subject. Analysts have studied energy harvesting for 15 years and have seen the trends.
The report has an introduction looking critically at the successes and failures, the overall situation and the companies and universities involved. An extensive chapter on applications reveals how an aircraft or a house for example, has need of energy harvesting producing a whisper of electricity for small electronic devices such as MEMS up to large power levels for moving, cooking, heating etc.
The commonality is revealed by the technologies and companies involved. We consider the four leading technologies - electrodynamics, photovoltaics, piezoelectrics and thermoelectrics - forecasting them by numbers and market value to 2027. The report explains how curiosities such as electret, capacitive, triboelectric and magnetostriction forms of EH now looks good in trials for many uses.
"Energy Harvesting: Off-grid Microwatt to Megawatt 2017-2027" predicts winners and losers in applications and technologies for EH and lists many companies involved with critical assessment of where the billion dollar business will emerge and what are the dead ends.
There are huge opportunities for materials companies in all this, from inorganics to composites and organics as we move to structural electronics - a materials play - instead of "components in a box". The report explains how, why, where and when.
1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY AND CONCLUSIONS
3. APPLICATIONS NOW AND IN FUTURE
4. TECHNOLOGIES AND SYSTEMS
5. TECHNOLOGY: ELECTRODYNAMIC
6. TECHNOLOGY: PHOTOVOLTAICS
7. TECHNOLOGY: THERMOELECTRICS
8. TECHNOLOGY: PIEZOELECTRICS
9. CAPACITIVE ELECTROSTATIC
10. MAGNETOSTRICTIVE, TRIBOELECTRIC, MICROBIAL, NANTENNA
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