Ambient Photonics breaks ground for energy harvesting technology in California

Scotts Valley, United States – Ambient Photonics break ground for its state-of-the-art, 43,000-square foot low-light solar cell manufacturing facility in Scotts Valley, California one of the low-light indoor energy harvesting technology factories in the world. The company’s recent [$48.5 million (€48.85 million)] Series A funding and accelerated factory construction timeline position Ambient to serve the high demand for

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Exeger and Atmosic Technologies partner to create energy harvesting solutions for the IoT sector

Stockholm, Sweden – Exeger, the Swedish deep tech company announces its partnership with US-based semiconductor company Atmosic Technologies. The partnership will enable companies to create attractive energy harvesting solutions for the Internet of Things (IoT) sector.

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Telink introduces energy harvesting multi-protocol wireless connectivity module to enable batteryless solutions

Telink and Nowi reinforce their existing partnership by launching an energy autonomous wireless connectivity module. This new product offering enables additional energy harvesting use-cases by further reducing bill of material size, cost and complexity.

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Are wireless sensor networks and energy harvesting coming together?

Wireless Sensor Networks (WSN) could involve billions of sensors used in utility assets, buildings, pollution monitors, traffic control systems, and agriculture. To date, adoption has been hindered by conventional primary batteries, which cannot be fitted and forgotten for long periods. However, zero power wireless sensors are now available

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Alliance brings together energy harvesting for London show

The Enocean Alliance is bringing together some its supporters to make a big splash at the Building Services Event, which runs from 11 to 12 October at London’s Olympia exhibition centre.

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Powering M2M devices provides growth for energy harvesting

In its latest study “Energy Harvesting for M2M Devices,” ABI Research has determined that the market for energy harvesting systems totalled US$3.82m in 2009, and that it will reach $418m by 2016.

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