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Can the internet of things drive adoption of energy harvesters?
Energy : 27 January, 2014
The Internet of Things adds connectivity to things. It is a broad term referring to applications as diverse as internet connected vehicles to consumer electronics such as smart phones. However, the edge of the Internet of Things network will consist of simpler sensors and wireless devices that provide, among other things, the identification of objects, sensing, control and automation. Raghu Das, CEO of IDTechEx considers the role of energy harvesters.
Video File: Wind energy conversion - a windmill without moving parts
Energy : 15 April, 2013
A pioneering wind energy converter can convert wind energy into electricity without the use of moving parts. This means there is far less wear and tear, maintenance costs are lower and there is no nuisance due to noise or shadows. This means that the turbine is ideally suited for installation offshore or in urban areas, for example on the roof of a high-rise building.
Cutting CO2 emissions with innovative technology
Energy : 03 January, 2013
Sound solutions for carbon capture and storage (CCS) are a key component in a carbon-neutral society. In Norway, public authorities and the R&D sector have pooled their resources in the search for effective solutions.
Alastair Campbell to discuss NIMBYism and greener energy at The Energy Event
Energy : 20 August, 2012
Alastair Campbell, arguably one of the most influential Government advisers in recent memory, will lead the line up of A-listers at this year’s Energy Event on 11-12 September 2012 at the NEC, Birmingham. Against a backdrop of the Electricity Market Reform, the Blair government’s former director of communications and strategy will take a look at the issues around taking and communicating difficult but necessary policy change in a time when tough decisions need to be made.
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